Somehow we doubt Scarlett Johansson was down with the use of her A-list body to sell "lubricantes" south of the US border.
The actress's lingerie-clad image has appeared on the business cards of Mexican sex shop VIP, touting adult DVDs, VHS, lotions and toys.
Fellow star Kim Kardashian recently fought against a similar copyright infringement when her bikini body appeared on a billboard for a Mexican plastic surgery clinic.
And while Scarlett took heavy-handed legal action against publications that reproduced her leaked nude photos last year, she actually managed to see the funny side of this minor infraction, discovered by US gossip site TMZ.
"I applaud TMZ's, once again, award-winning investigative journalism for securing the knowledge of my legions of Mexican fans," the actress said in a tongue-in-cheek statement to the Mail Online.
Meanwhile, the manager of the sex store in question says he's never even heard of Scarlett Johansson. Or copyright laws, for that matter!
"What does this have to do with the business card?" the manager said when contacted by TMZ.
"I don't know who Scarlett Johansson is. The owner ordered cards from a company and said we need something with a girl on the card and the company did it."
Let's hope they don't put Kim Kardashian on the next batch.