BOSTON (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) A controversial billboard taking aim at Mitt Romney has been removed from Dorchester Avenue just one day after it was posted.
The billboard that was formerly located in South Boston, featuring an image of the GOP presidential nominee alongside the statement, "If cheating on your taxes is ok… so is AshleyMadison.com."
AshleyMadison.com is a dating site geared toward setting up "casual encounters" or "extramarital affairs" for people who are already in a relationship.
The owner of the billboard space reportedly removed the advertisement after receiving several complaints.
In response to the billboard's removal, AshleyMadison.com founder Noel Biderman released a statement that reads in-part:
"I find it DOUBLY distressing to not only have our freedom of expression censored, but there is also an aggressive obstacle to free enterprise being demonstrated as contracts are unilaterally broken and a totally legal business is artificially prevented from marketing itself to its constituents," says Biderman.
Biderman hoped the billboard would influence the outcome of the election.
"While we've always maintained that how a politician leads his personal life should not affect his policies, Mitt Romney's aversion to paying his fair share proves he'll have no problem cheating on the American people," Biderman claims.
Romney has come under attack in recent months for not releasing more than two years of tax information to the public. His campaign had not commented on the billboard as of Wednesday night.