Sofa King, a British furniture store, has advertised that its prices are "Sofa King Low" for almost a decade now. But the Advertising Standards Authority has recently warned the store that phrase is "likely to cause serious or widespread offense." The company's slogan was investigated by police in 2004, but the investigation did not result in any charges.
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