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Results for November 2017
|0436/17||8 November 2017||Hollywood Showgirls|
The advert shows 2 women, with very suggestive looks and highly made up. One is blond, with her top hanging off her shoulder, and the other with her hand on her chest area.
|0468/17||8 November 2017||Holden Ltd|
End of the advertisement female runs into ocean with surfboard wearing what appears to be very skimpy bathers - almost g string.
|0471/17||8 November 2017||University of Sydney|
A billboard ad with the hands of brown women reaching through a chain link fence with the phrase "unlearn criminal" in white writing over the top
|0474/17||8 November 2017||McMillan Law |
The advertisement shows a Police Chase through city streets, dangerous driving and then cuts to the male driving the vehicle walking out of court with a smile, then the tag line for McMillan Law, the tone stating that the behaviour is acceptable in society as they will provide representation that results in a smile.
|0476/17||8 November 2017||Dulux Group|
It was advertising Cabots Aquadeck and showed a father and daughter applying the material. Nether was wearing the PPE which is recommended in the Company MSDS
|0478/17||8 November 2017||Youfoodz|
You Foodz commercial featured on/during Channel Nine’s broadcast of ‘The Block.’ Young boy using the word 'bollocks'
|0482/17||8 November 2017||Shiploads|
This advertisement is about Halloween costumes/accessories. An Evil clown face pops onto the screen, a dark zombie doll crawls toward the screen accompanied by dark music.
|0485/17||8 November 2017||Ali Insurance|
Ad about Ali insurance
|0486/17||8 November 2017||Coca-Cola South Pacific|
The ad describes coffee roasting "in the sun" with roasted beans lying on deck chairs.
|0487/17||8 November 2017||Burger Urge|
Image depicting Korea and Kim Jong Un on a rocket ship describing their burger as oppressive whilst potraying a negative image of both north and South Korea.
|0489/17||8 November 2017||Lottoland|
Infomercial on the Channel 9 morning show
|0490/17||8 November 2017||Toyota Motor Corp Aust Ltd|
Couple at drive in movie watching the movie, talking about the car and talking to the actors in the movie
|0491/17||8 November 2017||Total Tools|
The advert is swearing whilst bleeping out the word "fuck" and using an overlay such as #*+%!
It is clear they are saying fuck and my children are seeing this and hearing it.
They clearly say in the advert "we fucking swear by our prices"...bleeping out the fuck section of fuck-ing and keeping the "ing"
|0492/17||8 November 2017||NEDS|
The NEDS ads show characters who are addicted to gambling. For example it shows somebody pressing every button on an elevator so that they have more time to gamble. All the ads show total gambling addiction!
|0493/17||8 November 2017||BMW Group Australia|
The ad opens with shots of mobiles phones and someone touching a touch screen in a car. The claim is then made: "going from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.1 seconds.
|0494/17||8 November 2017||BMW Group Australia|
There are 2 versions of this ad. The second ad (a couple of minutes later) opens with shots of people on mobile phones interspersed with the BMW speeding through local streets. It's then seen changing lanes rapidly without an indicator and then seen doing a four wheel drift around a corner and then speeding through a puddle, creating a huge spray of water. All the time, there is the sound of a vehicle accelerating in the background.
|0496/17||8 November 2017||Sportsbet|
Encouraging to download the app/gambling specials using the Christmas carols
|0497/17||8 November 2017||Sportsbet|
The ad provides examples of conduct to which the voice over responds either 'good' or 'bad'. One statement is 'my fly isn't really broken' to which the voiceover responds 'bad'.
|0499/17||8 November 2017||Catch Group|
The ad shows 2 men using urinals, leaping around and screaming at each other.
|0500/17||8 November 2017||Nando's Australia Pty Ltd|
The add had a deal with WTF written. Children were at the bus stop shouting what the fuck and thinking it was ok after seeing it.