Shell is the removal of a life-sized cardboard cutouts of female employees from all of its Malaysian petrol stations for “objectionable” pictures appeared online.
Images of men kissing, the figure with your hand and touch your chest and step has gone viral on Facebook and other social media.
Malaysia is a Muslim-majority country that has seen the religious conservatism on the rise in recent years.
Shell said the actions went against the local culture and your own values.
The energy giant, which has more than 950 stores in Malaysia, said it would be good, the “tasteless and suggestive acts,” which he said were “disrespectful”.
“We urge users of the Internet, and the members of the public to refrain from sharing these images,” it added, criticizing the “extreme behavior” of the men,
Advertising with a 25-year-old female employee, dressed in a red T-shirt, black pants and a black headscarf.
The woman told local newspaper The Star that she felt “humiliated” by the images.
“You can only be a joke, but I feel humiliated, because of the still itself, even though it is only a picture,” she said.
A man who published a four-minute video on Facebook of yourself with the cardboard kiss cutout has reportedly apologized.