Women caught on camera letting their hair down are being offered a new service to spare them embarrassment. Advertisements for the service in women's magazines suggest pharmacy chain Boots sees a lucrative market in doctoring photographs taken at raucous hen nights. It has been marketing the service under the headline 'How Boots Instant Imaging saved my marriage'. The advert shows one picture of a woman grabbing a male stripper, and a second where it has been cropped to show the woman in close-up. 'Do you have pictures of yourself in sticky situations that you'd rather certain other people didn't see? Our staff can eliminate any offending articles . . . and your other half need never see the other half,' the advert promises. A spokesman for Boots said the idea for the campaign came when a woman customer asked for something incriminating to be cut from one of her prints. 'It's a situation many people can find themselves in,' a Boots spokeswoman said. But she insisted the majority of customers used the service to enhance family photographs. The company chose to target women for the campaign after research showed two-thirds of cameras were bought by women.