According to theblaze.com, “The India branch of Ford Motor Co. and the ad agency WPP apologized Monday for a set of offensive mock-up advertisements showing voluptuous women bound and gagged in the back seat of a Ford Figo. […] WPP further added that the images ‘were distasteful and contrary to the standards of professionalism and decency…’”
Well, I don’t know about the professionalism… I’ve seen better artwork, granted, but this is not bad at all. As for decency, we here at Captain Kidnap feel that it’s not all it’s cracked up to be, so here’s the ad in question.
And here’s a parody, published by the Huffington Post:
(Posted in Rope Dreams today.)