Browse Case Reports
Results for June 2005
|122/05||14 June 2005||Levi Strauss (Aust) Pty Ltd|
Levi Strauss - "Deconstructed" - billboard shows severed head on couch beside young woman, severed hand on the floor
|123/05||14 June 2005||Ford Motor Co of Aust Ltd|
Ford - Falcon Utility - "More value than beating the Poms"
|125/05||14 June 2005||Nova 106.9 Brisbane|
Nova 106.9 - 'Sounds Different' launched in Brisbane. A couple in bed presumably making love bed springs sound like bullets firing
|126/05||14 June 2005||Trims Finance Pty Ltd|
Trims - Levi's zip sweat, loose fit surf jean (him), Levis Long sleeved baby rid tee, loose fit surf jean (her) - girl backed up to a tree her legs straddled around a guy, he is open mouthed against her neck
|128/05||14 June 2005||Esanda|
Esanda - two people coming up escalator, banker turns off escalator so people can't walk up and spend their money in the shopping mall. "We'll do anything to help you save money"
|129/05||14 June 2005||SMR Australia Pty Ltd|
SMR - Natural Contours - 'Empower your sexual energy' pictures shows four ergonomically shaped sexual aids
|130/05||14 June 2005||Granny's Pies and Cakes|
Granny's Pies and Cakes - Granny is on a help line answering query about cake for woman's boyfriend's birthday - she lists products available and fonding the caller is 35, adds that she should be more worried about getting a bun in her oven
|131/05||14 June 2005||Kellogg (Aust) Pty Ltd|
Kellogg - All Bran - Derryn Hinch is in a furniture store speaking to a couple asking if they are eating All Bran regularly. In the final shot he points to two stools and says "Nice stools"
|132/05||14 June 2005||Action Buses|
Action Buses - Flexibus - man and woman in bed. Another man walking up stairs towards the bedroom. First man jumps out of bed and grabs clothes. Calls Action Buses to be picked up while he is putting clothes on. Ad depicts an adulterous relationship
|133/05||14 June 2005||PZ Cussons Australia|
PZ Cussons - Graphite - shows flesh and bones of a man from the power of Graphite deodorant
|134/05||14 June 2005||Coca-Cola South Pacific Pty Ltd|
Coca-Cola - Coca Cola - Live '05 Music festival - "music as it should be"
|135/05||14 June 2005||WA Dept of Health|
WA Dept of Health - 'Stay on your Feet', shows elderly people falling and shattering into pieces
|137/05||14 June 2005||InsuranceLine Pty Ltd|
Insuranceline - woman advocating getting life insurance - 'suicide is not covered for the first 13 months'
|138/05||14 June 2005||Jim Beam Brands Australia Pty Ltd|
Jim Beam - "You lucky bastard" radio ad
|139/05||14 June 2005||STA Travel Pty Ltd|
STA Travel - "travelling like a rock star" young man grabs instruments of buskers and smashes them
|141/05||14 June 2005||Bank of Queensland|
Bank of Queensland - Taxi driver (of Indian or Pakistani background) singing -compells passenger to apply for a car loan
|142/05||14 June 2005||Reckitt Benckiser (Aust) Pty Ltd|
Reckitt Benckiser - Napisan Oxy Action Max - shows 3 women dressed up like Charlie's Angels who help a woman with a problem laundry stain
|143/05||14 June 2005||Nutricia Australasia Pty Ltd|
Nutricia - Karicare Toddler Gold - shows children with varied 'nationality backgrounds' with different occupations including, doctor, plumber, food-critic, and show
|145/05||14 June 2005||Parmalat Australia Ltd|
Parmalat - Breaka - man dressed as team mascot for football team is asked "Why do you do that crappy job?" till we see him relaxing as a group of cheerleaders perform in front of him
|146/05||14 June 2005||Toyota Motor Corp Aust Ltd|
Toyota - Hilux 4WD - 'Get in or get out of the way' (print) - Hilux and text including "get ready for more power"
|147/05||14 June 2005||Toyota Motor Corp Aust Ltd|
Toyota - Hilux 4WD - 'Get in or get out of the way' billboard (outdoor) Hilux crashing through billboard
|148/05||14 June 2005||Bayswater Car Rental Pty Ltd|
Bayswater Car Rental - woman with knees in front, 2 versions, 1. she is wearing a yellow hat, appears bare-breasted except a 'drawn' open holed top is printed over the top of her bare breasts, there is a text box exclaiming ". . .no birds" 2. No top
|149/05||14 June 2005||Unilever Australasia|
Unilever - Continental - Cup A Soup - 2 mature aged people in bed reading the Karma Sutra showing diagrams of people in sexually explicit poses
|150/05||14 June 2005||Goodman Fielder Limited|
Goodman Fielder - Country Cup - shows a masked male robber being beaten by a female security guard
|151/05||14 June 2005||H J Heinz Co Australia Ltd|
H J Heinz - Real Soup - people in the office singing 'for he's a jolly good fellow', one woman after eating real soups sings "for he's a bit of a sleazebag, and he has fake hair". Narrative declares "Take a Break from Fake"
|152/05||14 June 2005||McDonald's Aust Ltd|
McDonald's - Happy Meals - Kim Possible shows school kids using a 'transponder' (looks like they're talking on mobile phones)
|154/05||14 June 2005||Volkswagen Group Australia Pty Limited|
Volkswagen - Touareg - 4WD - "For the left side of the brain" gives description of vehicle, "For the right side of the brain" shows picture of 4WD on a grassy slope of a mountain
|156/05||14 June 2005||Reckitt Benckiser (Aust) Pty Ltd|
Reckitt Benckiser - Harpic - mother with newborn baby, visitors come over to see new baby, one visiting woman goes to the toilet and notices the toilet is clean. "What does your loo say about you?"
|160/05||14 June 2005||Schering-Plough Pty Ltd|
Schering - Postinor 2 - (print) morning after pill appeared in Who Weekly