When nude photos stolen from Scarlett Johansson's phone went viral last year, she didn't deny they were hers. But when an unauthorized picture of a scantily-clad Johansson cropped up on business cards for a Mexican seller of, shall we say, "adult wares," she didn't have to say a word -- the media did the talking for her.

TMZ posted a photo of the card on Monday. It's for a store called VIP in Calexico, Calif., right on the Mexican border, and the picture of ScarJo in a black bra, unbuttoned white shirt and tiny shorts is surrounded by Spanish text advertising sex toys, lotions and various adult products.

Needless to say, Johansson didn't sign off on using her image, but as famous as she is, it seems she isn't a familiar face to everyone.

When TMZ confronted VIP's store manager, he said, “What does it have to do with the business card? I don’t know who Scarlett Johansson is.” He later said the store's owner simply ordered cards with "a girl" on them from a print shop, and the people there are the ones responsible for the mess.

For her part, ScarJo doesn't seem all that upset, wryly telling E! Online, "I applaud TMZ's, once again, award winning investigative journalism for securing the knowledge of my legions of Mexican fans."