The era of topless models in the UK’s most popular newspaper may be coming to an end after a high-profile campaign.
The Sun has reportedly decided to stop featuring topless women on Page 3.
No bare-chested women have appeared in the familiar inside-cover position since Friday.
Campaigners have been pushing for the feature to be scrapped, labelling it sexist, harmful to children and out-of-date.
The Sun has not yet confirmed the move but – in a rather ambiguous tweet – its head of PR declined to say it would live on.
Dylan Sharpe posted: “Page 3 will be in @TheSunNewspaper tomorrow in the same place it’s always been – between page 2 and page 4.”