No injuries, but angry Muslims have pelted the Jakarta, Indonesia, offices of Playboy magazine with rocks, demanding it stop publishing an Indonesian edition of the men's magazine.
About 150 members of the Islamic Defenders Front clashed today with Indonesian police guarding the building.
The front is a small hardline group known for vandalizing bars and nightclubs, as well as Western embassies.
Witnesses say the protesters smashed several windows and the door and gate at the magazine's offices in south Jakarta.
Playboy's first edition in a Muslim country went on sale last Friday.
It features no nudity, and the photos it does have are less risque than in other magazines already sold in Indonesia.
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