PETA – sex and vegetables banned commercial

The Super Bowl ads have taken a bit of the stage over the actual game these last couple of days. We reported yesterday that the ads were not selling like last year. Today we find PETA had an extremely racy and provocative ad campaign for the game called Studies Show Vegetarians Have Better Sex. The 30 second spot featuring lingerie-clad models getting intimate with vegetables. The NBC Advertising Standards department flagged the ad asking the following to be removed or they would not show the ad, licking pumpkin, touching her breast with her hand while eating broccoli, pumpkin from behind between legs, rubbing pelvic region with pumpkin, asparagus on lap, licking eggplant, and rubbing asparagus on breast. Well as you can imagine PETA dropped it on YouTube and it already has 35,000 views. We are not a member of PETA and a carnivore who loves meat, the only PETA we belong to is People Eat Tasty Animals, but for the record this is a pretty good commercial. Shame on NBC, for depriving millions of people watching the game the chance for PETA to get out their message.

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