A popular TV presenter in Turkey has been fired from her job for wearing a low-cut top after a spokesperson from the country's socially conservative Justice and Development Party lodged a complaint.
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Gözde Kansu’s "unacceptable" garb drew criticism from Hüseyin Çelik, who did not name the host directly but said that revealing cleavage on the Veliaht TV show was "too much".
Reported by the Daily Mail, Çelik said: "We don’t intervene against anyone, but this is too much... It is unacceptable." Rumours quickly spread that Kansu had been fired. According to france24.com, her dismissal was later confirmed.