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Results for October 2012
|0383/12||10 October 2012||Centrebet|
Two males are approached by five females in black dresses, the lead female retrieves one of the males' mobile phone, whispers, "fire up!" in his ear and then shows the males how to use the Centrebet mobile application. The end frame finishes with the "Fire Up" Centrebet logo device.
|0390/12||10 October 2012||Target Australia Pty Ltd|
Revised version of the Target women’s underwear advertisement features various women modelling the different ranges of underwear available at Target. In one scene we see a woman wearing peach coloured undies leaning over the bathroom sink.
|0391/12||10 October 2012||Woolworths Supermarkets|
Big W Catalogue, Page 28, middle advertisement for "Kayser Curve it Up" underwear. Blonde woman in three photos with provocative expression.
|0392/12||10 October 2012||Hypoxi Body Shaping|
In the window of the shop are two images of a woman with dotted lines showing how her body can be transformed using Hypoxi treatments. In one image the woman is wearing briefs and has her arms folded across her naked bosom. Her head is not visible. In the second image the woman is naked and viewed from the side. We can see one of her nipples but not her head.
|0393/12||10 October 2012||Nestle Australia Ltd|
The Advertisement forms part of the Smilemaker campaign from ALLENS which features the character of Bravo as he travels Australia with the intention of creating a million more smiles in the course of the campaign. The Advertisement in question shows Bravo at a dance studio where he gets the children to get their parents involved by having them teach dance moves to them.
|0394/12||10 October 2012||Beyond Blue|
The ad related to left handed people and showed them being bulled and harassed because they are left-handed. The ad then related left-handed people to gays and lesbians.
|0395/12||10 October 2012||Beyond Blue|
The advertisement depicted a school aged teenaged boy being bullied at different levels for being left-handed by many of his peers including his family. The voice over compared the boy to people with different sexual preferences to being straight and that intense bulling of this type can cause serious mental illness such as anxiety. At the end the boy is crying and snaps his pencil in half.
|0397/12||10 October 2012||National Stroke Foundation|
The advertisements show a man dressed in black in a basement. He is using a facsimile of a human brain to demonstrate what happens when someone has a stroke. He is depicted as a serial killer and pokes the brain with a scalpel and then he appears to strike the brain with a hammer. There were 2 advertisements on air during the time the complaints were received.
The 30 second advertisement:
|0398/12||10 October 2012||Roadshow Film Distributors Pty Ltd|
A billboard viewed on 5 September showed an advertisement for the movie "Kath and Kim". Kim making a rude finger sign.
|0400/12||10 October 2012||Newcastle Permanent Building Society|
Big letters across the top, ‘Banking without the bullsh...’ with the end of the word covered by a man's head.
|0401/12||10 October 2012||Drug & Alcohol Office WA|
"Think again" with regards to drinking while pregnant. Features Indigenous Australians discussing alcohol consumption.
|0402/12||24 October 2012||Johnson & Johnson Pacific Pty Ltd|
Shows women inappropriately pulling at their clothing purportedly for uncomfortable sanitary napkins.
|0403/12||24 October 2012||BCF|
Two men are fishing with a bait/tackle box between them. They both reach for the bait at the same time and touch hands.
|0404/12||24 October 2012||Baiada Poultry Pty Ltd|
The ad features a number of individuals all saying variations of the word 'no' to make the point that hormones are not used in the rearing of Steggle's chooks.
|0405/12||24 October 2012||Haribo Australia Pty Ltd|
The Facebook page includes the cartoon character Haribo bear and a rainbow depiction of various Haribo lollies. The company slogan “Kids & Grown Ups love it so, the happy world of Haribo” is also prominent. Haribo packages are present.
|0406/12||24 October 2012||Haribo Australia Pty Ltd|
This is a 30 second advertisement. It depicts a young girl in white lab coat and large glasses as conducting an experiment. She narrates the entire ad. Multiple children are shown playing with Haribo Goldbears, smelling them and eating them. The children are unable to resist eating the lollies. “The evidence is clear, Haribo is just too good”. The ad ends with a Haribo jingle.
|0408/12||24 October 2012||Burger Urge|
Advertising pamphlet that arrived in my letterbox this week.
|0409/12||24 October 2012||Tabcorp|
The ad is called ‘How's Your Form’. It shows men placing a bet and winning and women looking on as they celebrate their win.
|0410/12||24 October 2012||De Rucci Bedding|
Billboard displays a picture of an elderly gentleman with a smoking pipe in his mouth. The image in front & below is a bed.
|0411/12||24 October 2012||Parklife music festival|
The advertisement is a poster promoting the Parklife music festival 2012. It displays information about the music festival accompanied by the image of a half-naked woman back on emerging from a fur suit. There are fully naked men and women running into the background of the poster.
|0412/12||24 October 2012||Bavarian Bier Cafe|
Posters of women appearing to be ripping their clothes off exposing underclothes like lederhosen. The torso is the only part in the poster.
|0413/12||24 October 2012||Bavarian Bier Cafe|
Women appearing to be ripping their clothes off exposing underclothes like lederhosen. The torso is the only part visible in the image.
|0414/12||24 October 2012||Coca-Cola Amatil|
Product launch campaign is titled 'No forking worries'. It’s about SPC's new Big Bean Bar.
|0415/12||24 October 2012||Hungry Jacks|
A male voice is threatening to hit another person for not returning some money. The money is to be used to buy a food product. The male then hits other person and then threatens further violence.