Coca-Cola was forced to can [boom,boom - J] a TV ad which authorities said suggested women should be available for sex when men want it.Here's the full article.
The Advertising Standards Bureau found the advertisement, though light-hearted, was inappropriate for children.
It was the second embarrassment in a month for the soft drink giant, after it had to correct health claims in print ads featuring actor Kerry Armstrong.
The latest controversy erupted over a Coke Zero ad, titled "Break up as it should be".
In the ad a "hero" man who is breaking up with his girlfriend at a roadside cafe is suddenly surrounded by pole dancers.
His dumped girlfriend acknowledges the man doesn't want to be with just one woman, then offers: "Just call me when you want to have fun."
A series of complaints to the advertising watchdog argued the ad degraded women and promoted casual sex for men.
Anjum wrote about her concerns with the current Coke Zero campaign last month.
Crocheted sloppy beret-type hat thing tipped to The Glorious T again for this one :-)