TV channel Star World has recently been issued a notice by the Broadcasting Content Complaints Council (BCCC) for airing a Grey's Anatomy episode that featured two characters discussing gay sex. ABC The BCCC is an industry-led self-regulatory body that examines content-related complaints against general entertainment channels in India. According to a Times of India report, the government's complaint said that the scenes were "indecent", "vulgar" and "denigrated women". Paul J. Richards / AFP / Getty Images The notice followed complaints by the Information and Broadcast Ministry of India after the episode aired in June, 2015. Head of the BCCC, Justice (retired) Mukul Mudgal, also thought that the scenes were explicit and objectionable. NDTV / Via youtube.com "Keeping Indian audiences in mind we felt that the scenes were not tasteful. So we have asked them to respond,'' a senior BCCC member told TOI. A lot of viewers are incensed by the decision. Twitter: @extremizt Twitter: @r0h1n The channel has until December 1 to respond to the notice. Star World You can view one of the scenes in question, from the season 5 episode "There's No 'I' in Team", here: View this video on YouTube youtube.com Follow BuzzFeed India on Facebook.