Borderline inappropriate? You be the judge.

Fast food chain Carl's Jr. has unveiled its latest racy ad, this time using the topic of illegal immigration to tout its new Tex-Mex Bacon burger.

The eatery, known for its TV commercials that feature scantily-clad women eating giant burgers, released the ad a few days ago. 

Appearing on FOX 411, one of the models in the ad - Kara Del Toro - said she doesn't think the commercial goes too far, even when the camera zooms in on a slow-motion butt-slap.  

"I don't think it goes too far. I think it's really sexy and it's fun and they're kind of playing on what's going on politically right now with immigration. I think it was a bold move by Carl's Jr. but I love it," she said. 

Some have said that the company pushed stereotypes by having all blondes on the Texas team and all brunettes on the Mexican team. 

The company says the ad is not meant as a political statement. Watch the interview with Del Toro below and the new ad above.

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