One Million Moms thinks Geico's new ad encourages bestiality2/25/2013
Conservative Christian group One Million Moms' newest target is a Geico ad they believe encourages bestiality. The ad, which features a pig (whose name is apparently Maxwell) and a nameless woman who appears to flirt with him, was derided as "repulsive" and "unnecessary." (Which makes us wonder, how is an ad "unnecessary"? Does Geico never need to make money again?) "The Geico marketing team may have thought this would be humorous, but it is disgusting to see how the company takes lightly the act of bestiality," said OMM's statement. Geico, in turn, took the statement so lightly they're not bothering to respond to it. [Source]
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Is the ad tasteless or do you think the organization is overreacting?