I think the broadcasters must be taught a lesson. The content of general broadcast radio and TV
has spiralled out of control.
Its a crapshoot these days to decide whether the show you are sitting down and watching for your family is appropriate for those in attendance.
The very young tend to mimic what they see on TV
. The message must be made very clear that it is generally inappropriate to expose your breasts in public.
We live in a world where Bugs Bunny cartoons are still censored while bloody body-dismembering violence is acceptable on the Simpsons at 5PM.
Much Canadian broadcasting has nudity and coarse language. Arguably much more of it and often during prime time. The difference is the context in which it is presented. American programming tends to be of the "shock" variety whereas Canadian programming keeps things in a much more subtle context.
Whatever happens, I hope Janet, her boob and Justin understand how inappropriate their actions were. Of course as far as they ar concerned there is no "bad" publicity, so the only way they learn is through the pocket-book.