Browse Case Reports
Results for January 2016
|0017/16||18 January 2016||Meat & Livestock Australia Ltd|
The basis of the ad is to bring Australians home from other countries for Australia Day to have lamb chops on the barbeque.
|0018/16||18 January 2016||Meat & Livestock Australia Ltd|
An ad bringing Australians home for 2016 to enjoy lamb, because lamb brings people together.
|0019/16||18 January 2016||Meat & Livestock Australia Ltd|
Australia day operation boomerang ad. For lamb features a scene where a man is cowering in a corner and his table is set on fire.
|0484/15||20 January 2016||Oxfam Australia|
An Oxfam ad stating "here's that pile of crap you looked at before" with a picture of faeces.
|0485/15||20 January 2016||Mitsubishi Motors Aust Ltd|
Selling a Mitsubishi Triton motor vehicle
|0486/15||20 January 2016||Wicked Campers|
Chuck Norris only masturbates with pictures of Chuck Norris
|0487/15||20 January 2016||The Adult Warehouse|
Lady stating her favourite Christmas song is 'O Come all ye faithful', the clear innuendo to 'cum' is clear and not appropriate during prime time radio when my kids are listening.
|0488/15||20 January 2016||Anchor Wetsuits|
Advertisement for wetsuits: whilst depicting the strength of the wetsuits it shows one being used as a tow behind a boat
|0489/15||20 January 2016||David Jones Ltd|
A 28 page booklet inserted into the December 5th/6th Sydney Morning Herald. It is advertising accessories like handbags and shoes. The models displaying the items are naked unnecessarily and I think page 10 and page 28 look more like ads for an escort agency.
|0490/15||20 January 2016||Toyota Motor Corp Aust Ltd|
TV advert for new model of Toyota Landcruiser
|0491/15||20 January 2016||Toyota Motor Corp Aust Ltd|
The ad depicts a Toyota Hilux being driven on the open road. The driver is confronted with a number of cyclists riding across the road and weaves round them.
|0492/15||20 January 2016||Chrysler Australia Pty Ltd |
Brand advertising of the Jeep "long live the pioneer, rebel and mutineer"
|0493/15||20 January 2016||Advanced Medical Institute|
Promotion of longer lasting sex by company AMI due to erectile dysfunction/premature ejaculation.
|0494/15||20 January 2016||Country Road|
I believe some of the photos of one of the young girls were exploitative and degrading. Although the girl in question was not portrayed in a sexual pose as such the style of the photo along with the garment were in appropriate. The photos I object to are on page 19 with the heading 'Gifts for Kids' and a bathing suit on page 4.
|0496/15||20 January 2016||Wicked Campers|
Slogan 'anything is a dildo if you're brave enough'
|0497/15||20 January 2016||Shiels Jewellers|
Images of a nude man and woman embracing in a seductive pose, words popping up to describe them.. beautiful, sex etc.
|0499/15||20 January 2016||Duo Glass|
Advertising double glass glazing and current special 20% off.
|0500/15||20 January 2016||Novus Auto Glass|
They are advertising repairing cracks in the car windows.
|0501/15||20 January 2016||Big W|
Big W catalogue , details above
|0502/15||20 January 2016||Tomo's Lawn Maintenance |
Female complains to male about lawn not being mowed properly suggesting they use the services of the advertiser.
|0503/15||20 January 2016||Australian Business Academy|
In the 'from here to here' section of the ad, they show a mother with children in the 'from here' and the same woman in an office in the 'to here' section.
|0505/15||20 January 2016||Honey Birdette|
An extremely sexualised image of a woman in lingerie and stockings, with Santa next to her having fainted on the ground.
|0506/15||20 January 2016||Freeview|
Advert advertising Freeview TV where young girls uses the phrase "Oh My God."
|0507/15||20 January 2016||Subway Franchisee Advertising Fund|
The ad shows a man walking down the street towards a subway restaurant who undertakes three activities on his way. In one scene he ducks underneath a pain of glass that two workmen are carrying.
|0508/15||20 January 2016||LY Lawyers |
This advert begins by using all of the slang words for common drugs, the way they are communicated, the voiceover clearly has a smile on his face while naming each drug. It then goes on to say if you have been caught with drugs, call the specialists.
|0509/15||20 January 2016||Our Watch|
|0510/15||20 January 2016||Mitsubishi Motors Aust Ltd|
The ad involves a car racing two bikes down a hill, with the end line "don't worry, it's a mitsi"
|0511/15||20 January 2016||Patties Foods Pty Ltd|
The TV advertisement promotes Patties Party Pies. The advertisement opens with a mother taking Party Pies out of the oven and calling, “Daniel, the Party Pies are ready”. Music similar to the Star Wars theme then begins as the family heads towards the kitchen in slow motion to eat the Party Pies, chanting to the song. Their son then appears dressed as an astronaut walking slowly down the stairs to the kitchen, as the parents continue chanting to the music and thumping the table. The boy sits at the table and takes off his helmet as the father passes him a party pie. The child’s voice over then states, “Patties Pies – The party pies they eat in outer space”. The end frame depicts a box of Party Pies with a cartoon style backdrop of the moon, planets and stars and the words “Best Snack Ever”. The voice over at the end is the child’s voice again, stating “Best Snack Ever”.
|0512/15||20 January 2016||Weis|
Ice cream is dressed as though the packaging is a short revealing skirt. Slogan is 'There's a new tart in town'. https://m.facebook.com/weis/photos/a.212260711367.174983.15216806367/10153710328441368/?typ
|0513/15||20 January 2016||Cricket Australia|
The advertisements for Brisbane Heat is marketing family fun. It is full of "boing, boing" sound effects.
This tv adversisement has plenty of family and kids images of fun at the cricket. This advertisement includes 2 slim, very pretty women, in tight garments, standing and jumping up and down. One in a tight blue dress and the other in a tied shirt.
These women are jumping up and down with well-timed "boing boing" sound effects.