Mothers are boycotting shops after getting tired of their children seeing pornography.

Campaign group Local Mums Online has called on newsagents in Carshalton to move red top newspaper The Daily Sport and so-called 'lads' mags' like Nuts and Zoo from the sight of their children.

One member of the group, Anna Matthews, said the front pages of the popular publications are "horrific" and should not be displayed in her daughter's eyeline.

The Co-op, in High Street, North Street News, near Carshalton Station, and Park Lane Newsagents, at the junction with High Street, are among the shops the mums are targeting.

Ms Matthews said: "The front page is usually someone's bottom stuck up in the air or breasts. I have nothing against the publications, nor the people who buy them, I just don't want my daughter to see this everyday and let them think that it's acceptable to have this onslaught of normalising woman as submissive pieces of meat."

The group's campaign has been backed by Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake, who said: "There is a simple solution to the problem which involves moving the offending material out of sight."

Several newsagents have denied they leave offensive material on show.

Mr Tosun, owner of Park Lane Newsagents, said: "[The Daily Sport is] a national newspaper. I have to earn a living. I do not want to offend people so the newspapers are not on show."

A spokesman for the Co-op, said: "In the case of the Sport newspapers, our policy is that they are turned over so the back page is displayed and our team at the Carshalton store has been reminded of this."

Mrs Patel from North Street News, said: "We have been here for 21 years. We do not have this newspaper on display, this picture was set up. They pulled the newspaper out to take a picture of. This group are trying to cause problems for us."

A report commissioned by the Department of Education in 2011, called Letting Children be Children, called on publishers and distributors to "ensure that magazines and newspapers with sexual images on their covers are not in easy sight of children."