The World: Dubai - FP7 apologises after uproar over scam Samsung ad

A scam ad depicting Jesus photographing a group of nuns with a Samsung camera has caused uproar in Lebanon.

The ad is by FP7 Doha, which is under investigation by the Dubai Lynx Awards for allegedly producing a string of scam campaigns for this year's event.

It is believed that FP7 wanted to run the ad in Lebanon as proof of publication. Samsung said it neither commissioned nor approved the ad. The agency has apologised.

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