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0117/1712 April 2017Kellogg (Aust) Pty Ltd
The advertisement commences with a trolley containing Coco Pops at the checkout. The Coco Pops appear to ‘come to life’, forming a steering wheel which causes the trolley to travel through the supermarket to the milk aisle, whereby the Coco Pops come out of the box to form a ‘hand’ which puts milk into the trolley. The Coco Pops then steer the trolley back to the checkout where a woman puts both items onto the conveyer belt.
0120/1712 April 2017NT Dept of Health

The advertisement was providing awareness about using condoms and getting tested for HIV. It starts with the camera facing a woman from the back who appears to be wearing a hat and sunnies at the Darwin waterfront. It begins by saying that 'we need to get protection...', making the audience assume it is a sun smart initiative before finishing off the sentence along the lines of getting protection from STDs by 'using condoms'. The camera pans down to show the woman are wearing no bottoms.




0132/1712 April 2017Hungry Jacks

Overview of Advertisement
Advertisement One – ‘Hungry Jack’s Sherbet Sour Bomb’
The advertisement commences with a cartoon drawing of a frozen drink with a large hand pouring in bright blue sherbet. A male cartoon character is shown drinking the beverage and pulls a series of faces before his bottom lip ‘explodes’ and fireworks appear. The advertisement concludes with a frame that shows sherbet being poured into a frozen coke drink. The words ‘sherbet SOUR BOMB with LARGE FROZEN DRINK $2’ appears in splattered text.



0133/1712 April 2017Hungry Jacks

Advertisement Two – ‘Add a NEW Sherbet Sour Bomb to your Large Frozen Coke for just $2.’
This advertisement also commences with a cartoon drawing of a frozen drink with a large hand pouring in bright blue sherbet. A female cartoon character is shown drinking the beverage and pulls a series of faces. More sherbet is added to the drink, and the character takes another sip. A ‘magic cloud’ appears over her mouth, and her lips ‘shoot off’ in a circular motion to the right of the screen and then behind her to the left. The advertisement concludes with the same frame.


0134/1712 April 2017Hungry Jacks

Advertisement Three – ‘Add a NEW Sour Bomb to your Large Frozen Coke for a tongue-twisted sour taste’
Also commencing with the large hand pouring sherbet into a drink, this advertisement then depicts a male cartoon drinking the beverage, pulling a series of faces. The character adds more sherbet to the drink, takes another sip and an a long pink tongue comes shooting out of his mouth, twisting around.


0135/1712 April 2017Sensis Pty Ltd
Husband can't believe she got certain jobs done.


0136/1712 April 2017Ubisoft P/L
The poster contains a computer generated image of a man sitting on top of a mountain with a back pack and hand gun. There is also another man with a larger gun looking to shoot something in the distance.

0137/1712 April 2017Assure Cosmetic Centre
The half page print ad features a picture of a cow's udders, with the tag "Look familiar? Ladies, it's time to reclaim your breasts." It is featured on page 19 of the 7-13 March edition of the newspaper .
0140/1712 April 2017Tabcorp Holdings Limited
Various scenes depicting people excessively excited after receiving notification of big wins via their mobile, after initialling placing their bets via their mobile. One scene depicted a guy in a dentist chair (mouth wide open with a clamp) going berserk with excitement.
0141/1712 April 2017Sonos Australia Pty Ltd
Shows disturbed female and involves blatant vandalism by smashing a window by throwing an object to smash a glass window in apparent frustration or anger. The sound of the smashing glass is supposedly to represent high fidelity qualities of the equipment.
0142/1712 April 2017Pharmacare Laboratories
The ad shows a race car driver using the product.

0143/1712 April 2017Ovo Mobile

A female voice saying 'you can't get it up and I'm moving on'. Later she says 'size does matter'.



0144/1712 April 2017Peters
A guy in a fast food place (apparently) having a fake orgasm because of eating the product
0145/1712 April 2017John Flood Plastic Surgeon
A series of images of nude females above the headings "Breast Surgery", "Body Surgery", "Face Surgery".

0146/1712 April 2017Thendro Pty Ltd
The billboard advertised "get nailed" piercings with the illustration of a crucified hand.
0147/1712 April 2017Australian Pensioners Insurance Agency
Depicts older people looking at younger people doing fool hardy things, wishing they knew then, what they know now.

0148/1712 April 2017Nissan Motor Co (Aust) Pty Ltd

A 4 WD Ute drives through a herd of cattle.

They scatter.
It's rips up the creek bank.
A small child in the car is apparently taught that this is “fun ".

0149/1712 April 2017Holden Ltd
Holden trax. Made for mobile, so this ad was made with Mobil phones, showing making of ad with film crews and driving around.
0150/1712 April 2017Smithy's Electrical Services Pty Ltd
The rear of the van had a large pink"Smithy's Electrical Services' logo with some details about electrical problems which they fix. Across the left side of the van in large, cursive, pale-pink text it read 'We'll gladly remove the 'SHORTS' and put in that extra 'plug''.

0151/1712 April 2017Nestle Australia Ltd
The advertisement states it is roasted and blended in Australia, but I am looking at a jar which is produced in Singapore and I have seen one which is a product of Greece.
0152/1712 April 2017FOXTEL Management Pty Ltd
AFL promoting various team players from the AFL Leagues bursting through paper covered doors performing various actions.
0154/1712 April 2017Ultra Tune Australia

Two young women in a convertible car broken down and burning & exploding. The ladies are eventually approached by a car technician to see if they needed help (the problem was caused by an exhaust pipe falling off and igniting fuel



0155/1712 April 2017Doughnut Time

A poster outside of the Doughnut Time store located by the busy Town Hall station in Sydney. The brightly coloured poster had a picture of a doughnut that resembled the cartoon character ‘Jake the dog’ from Cartoon Network’s ‘Adventure Time’ and also an image of ‘Finn the Human’. There was text in large print stating ‘IT’S ALWAYS ADVENTURE TIME’ and ‘HERE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! It’s always a good time’. The logo of Doughnut time and the logo of the Cartoon Network was at the bottom of the poster. 



0156/1712 April 2017Industry Super Fund
It shows a young girl locking up her pet chickens and then foxes appear and during the add they get closer and closer to the pen and then a man opens the pen and lets the foxes in to the hens and the last scene is the young girl hearing her chickens getting attacked by the foxes


0157/1712 April 2017Retail Food Group
"Receive a complimentary House Cooked Dessert Crumble when you purchase any Large Gourmet or Upper Crust Pizza!" Accompanied by a photo of a dessert pizza and a large pizza

0158/1712 April 2017Industry Super Fund
Foxes attacking hens in the hen house being compared to Government allowing banks to attack industry super funds

0159/1712 April 2017Wicked Campers
Van with Queensland Number Plates "812 JLJ" displays the slogan, "Everyone feels the cold, except polar bears and hookers..." on the rear with a picture on the side of Snow White smoking a bong. I have a photo if that is of use.
0160/1726 April 2017Queensland Transport
Two men drive a ute into a pregnant women with child driving SUV

0161/1726 April 2017Brand Collective
The poster (1 image) shows people riding a motorcycle.

0162/1726 April 2017Brand Collective
The online advertising (2 images) at https://www.volley.com.au/campaign.html, shows people riding a motorcycle.
0163/1726 April 2017Helping Hand Aged Care
The Ad was promoting the services of the above Association for Aged Care
0165/1726 April 2017iSelect Pty Ltd
Cheap, tacky, innuendo about sexual partners as an analogy for selecting an insurance partner. 

0167/1726 April 2017The Body Shop

Two semi naked women embracing each other

0168/1726 April 2017Inland Waterways Rejuvenation Association (IWRA)
The ad promotes the upcoming annual fishing competition at Lake Burrendong near Wellington NSW and shows footage of people catching fish, camping and enjoying past competitions, it tells the dates of the 2017 comp and how people can enter the comp.
0170/1726 April 2017Red Bull Aust Pty Ltd
GPS voice is tired from 7 hours driving- drivers not tired cos he's had a red bull
0171/1726 April 2017McDonald's Aust Ltd
YouTube – 17 January 2017 - McDonald’s $3 Cheeseburger and Large Frozen Coke ad – promoted when watching clips from the children’s animated movie Moana.
Close up shot of the cheeseburger shown in a tantalising way then Frozen Coke appears with text and symbol on the glass that closely resembles the popular children’s movie Frozen.YouTube – 23 January 2017 - McDonald’s $3 Cheeseburger and Large Frozen Coke ad promoted when watching clips from the children’s animated movie Cars 3. Description same as above. 

0172/1726 April 2017McDonald's Aust Ltd
YouTube - 23 March 2017 - Macca’s Gourmet Creations ad – promoted when searching for children’s cartoon content. Approximately 30 second ad regarding Gourmet Creations. The ad was very prominent on the ‘recommended’ page occupying 1/3 screen. (I have sent screenshot of what my child was exposed to via email because of no attachment functionality when lodging a complaint). 
0173/1726 April 2017ABC Tissue Products Pty Ltd

The ad is for a paper towel used during house cleaning etc. A a woman pushes someone into a pool.

0175/1726 April 2017Red Bull Aust Pty Ltd
Advertisement had audio of a GPS giving directions and then yawning. The driver then spoke to the GPS, saying that he did not think GPS could get tired. GPS replied that they don't but we've been driving for 7 hours and I can't stop for a Redbull like you can. Driver replies, well its true then that Redbull gives you wings.
0176/1726 April 2017Kellogg (Aust) Pty Ltd
The advertisement commences with a trolley containing Coco Pops at the checkout. The Coco Pops appear to ‘come to life’, forming a steering wheel which causes the trolley to travel through the supermarket to the milk aisle, whereby the Coco Pops come out of the box to form a ‘hand’ which puts milk into the trolley. The Coco Pops then steer the trolley back to the checkout where a woman puts both items onto the conveyor belt.

0179/1726 April 2017Chemist Warehouse
Male actor explaining his potential actions to young female.
0182/1726 April 2017Department of Health Western Australia
Government advertisement encouraging safe sex using condoms.
0185/1726 April 2017Sexpo Pty Ltd
SEXPO bus ad WA