Banned Diesel ads

A girl flashing her breasts at a security camera. A girl in a bikini taking a photo down her pants.

These may not be the classiest of images, but that’s not the intention: Diesel‘s Be Stupid campaign set out to get some laughs and win the brand some fans, and to that end it was a success. The somewhat over-sensitive folk at the UK Advertising Standards Authority don’t see the funny side, however, banning those two images for “promoting anti-social behaviour”.

This is one we’d love your opinion on. Are you offended by the campaign? You can leave your comments in the picture gallery by clicking the image below. Now excuse me while I strip off and go indulge in some “copycat behaviour”.

Diesel adverts banned
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Source: Daily Mail.

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