Heidi Klum ads showed too much skin for Las Vegas?

Images of Heidi Klum will appear in an electronics company's ads inside McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas after all.

Airport spokeswoman Christine Crews says the company that manages indoor advertising at the airport rejected an initial set of Sharper Image's black-and-white shots featuring the scantily clad model.

Las Vegas-based Alliance Airport Advertising determined the images violated Clark County code designed to protect families that pass through the airport.

But Crews says Sharper Image's ad firm, Iconix Brand Group, submitted "amended proofs" on Thursday and all five ads were approved to run from Jan. 3-9 as the company wanted.

Iconix, in a statement, said it was shocked the initial ads featuring Klum were "banned in Las Vegas -- of all places." The company calls them "tasteful" and "beautiful."