CANADA: Brewery bounces boob of an ad
New Brunswick-based Moosehead Breweries has had to revise a marketing campaign for their Alpine beer brand that features bikini-clad buxom ladies, because the Canadian province's liquor monopoly labelled it inappropriate. Barbara Winsor, head of the New Brunswick Liquor Corporation, told the Moncton Times: "Their big boobies are hanging out," and banned pamphlets from being distributed in provincial alcohol stores; 100,000 will now be pulped.
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