As Seth MacFarlane so tactfully pointed out at this year's Oscars, Hollywood has a bit of a fascination with seeing actresses' boobs. It's not a particularly radical concept for mature adults (or Europeans), but sometimes the push for a breast tissue can pressure young actresses into baring their chest when they would rather not.
Take Jessica Brown Findlay, for instance. The actress gained fame playing the rather modest role of Lady Sybil Crawley on the hit show Downton Abbey. More recently, she has taken the role of Alais Pelletier Du Mas in a TV adaptation of the Kate Mosse novel Labyrinth. In the upcoming show, Findlay bares quite a bit of her body, but it's the skin she showed in the past that she told the Radio Times she regrets.
According to the interview, Findlay stated that a scene in the movie Albatross in which she flashes a store clerk was "naivety" on her part and that she didn't know she could say "no." Going forward, Findlay advises actresses to be "honest and natural" with their nude scenes, but that she would have prepared her body more in hindsight.
"I was drinking pints and eating burgers." said Findlay. "But actually, it's not something I would do again."
The video below is the scene from Albatross, and is, naturally, NSFW: