04:58 AM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 07/07/2014 02:45PM
As this North Carolina mom recently learned the hard way, one person's cheeky photo is another person's child pornography.
Jill White, a photographer from North Carolina, recently took her two-year-old daughter to the beach, where she was inspired to imitate the famous Coppertone sunscreen ads from the 1950s.
Thinking the company would enjoy her homage, White posted the picture to Coppertone's Facebook page. That, she says, is where her trouble started.
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