This offensive bus ad featuring topless women is being removed after public outcry

Everyone is guilty of using sexual innuendo.


It can be clever and funny - in certain situations. For example; it is okay to use it when you are at a braai with your mates, or chatting with your friend on Whatsapp.


Using it in an advertisement for a bus company however is not the right place - ever.


Just ask New Adventure Travel, a private bus company out of Wales who are pulling their tasteless ads after public outcry.


The posters feature a topless woman holding a sign saying: “Ride me all day for £3”

According to Buzzfeed the bus company used the posters to launch its new bus routes, but has now issued a statement that the all the posters will be removed.


While the company was probably trying to achieve some sort of cheeky/sexy humour, it just ended up being cheap and offensive.


But at least it wasn’t just women who were victims of their terrible campaign, as they also had a male version of the poster.


As expected the internet went crazy, with some people complaining and others having fun with the hastag #RideMeAllDay. This just goes to show that sex doesn’t always sell.


This bus ad is…

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