The release of 'Never mind the Bollocks', the new album of the Sex Pistols, was hot news in November 1977. And not only because of its provocative music. On 5 November 1977 a manager of a record shop is arrested for displaying the promotional poster of the album in his window. The word 'bollocks' violated the Indecent Advertising Act' of 1898. A professor of English had to explain the history and use of the word to prevent a conviction. The November issue of Ripped & Torn, one of the punk magazines from the CSD collection, is replete with information about the Sex Pistols. In addition to the advertisement and a review, the Pistols featured in the centerfold.