Wicked Lesbian Foreplay: An Advertising Idea Worth Stealing?

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In December, we wrote about a lesbian-themed ad for Renault that had sparked controversy in Italy. At the time, the agency, Publicis in Milan, defended the commercial by saying, "We wanted to create an advert that was original, enjoyable and at the same time not vulgar." Actually, it might not be that original. AdFreak recently stumbled across a tremendously similar ad from 2006 by Israeli agency Reuveni-Pridan Ltd. for Castro dresses. In the older spot, the sapphic seduction lasts a bit longer and leads simply to a stolen dress, rather than a stolen dress and a stolen car.

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