Last week it was reported that Diesel had surprised Brooklyn Law School with their racy photo shoot featuring half-naked models writhing on each other on library stacks and legal textbooks. The Law School, which had full knowledge of the shoot beforehand, was absolutely scandalized by the photos and denounced Diesel for its inappropriate use of the library. "When we gave Diesel jeans permission to do a photo shoot," the school statement read, "we understood that jeans, and not what is worn under them, would be the subject of the shoot. We would not want to create the impression that the featured attire was approved by us." (At least they didn't try to do this).
Now these sexy Diesel deviants have defiled another city landmark -- the New York City Transit Museum. Is the museum as worried as the Brooklyn Law School? Eh, not really. A spokesperson told WPIX: "I can confirm that Diesel Jeans used the Transit Museum for a photo shoot. There hasn't been any fall-out related to the shoot at the Transit Museum, which took place in an area that was closed to the public, on a Saturday morning."
CLICK through and tell us which great city landmark these rampaging models should hit next: