McDonald’s Ad Too Risqué For The Phillipines [Video]

McDonald’s Ad Too Risqué For The Phillipines [Video]

A new McDonald's ad created an uproar in the Philippines for allegedly depicting prepubescent sexuality.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 15 april 2011

A recent McDonald’s ad, pushing its new McSavers menu in the Philippines, was lambasted by the Catholic Church as being sinful for its depiction of early-childhood sexuality. The ad shows two kindergarten-aged kids talking by the slide, discussing whether or not they are boyfriend and girlfriend. McDonald’s then pulled the ad to end the controversy.

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