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Australia upset by a writhing Pam Anderson

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Australia has joined the ranks of once-fun countries gone to seed due to puritanical indignation with the recent banning of this ad for Perth-based, Internet company Crazy Domains. The ad, in which Pamela Anderson and another lady pour milk all over each other in the fantasy of a male co-worker, was tagged by Down Under's Advertising Standards Bureau after fielding "hundreds" of complaints. Meanwhile, Crazy Domains managing director Gavin Collins is blaming "feminist bloggers" for manufacturing outrage over the ad. Yeah, that's not gonna help him. But Australians should count their blessings. Americans had to go online to see parts of GoDaddy ads that weren't nearly this hot or interesting.

—Posted by David Kiefaber

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