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NYC pastor damns unholy naked-butt ads

Butts Shock artists should consider billboards as a new medium; they really seem to piss people off these days. This time, a New York pastor is objecting to a bidet company’s ads—featuring naked, smiling butt cheeks—that were supposed to go up near the pastor’s church, bible school, and day-care center. “You walk into a church building, you have naked bodies before your eyes, how are you going to close your eyes and seek God?” asks the pastor. As for what these grinning gluteus maximii are promoting, it’s a bidet-toilet seat called the Washlet, which uses warm water and air to “clean and refresh” you. And the seat’s warm, which doesn’t sound terribly unholy to me.

—Posted by David Kiefaber

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