How all those Middle Englander readers of the Daily Mail are going
to react to having their reading interrupted by a naked couple flogging
Nicky Clarke shampoos is anybody’s guess.
But you can picture an army of ’disgusted of Cheltenhams’ penning their
protests to the Advertising Standards Authority. And what an opportunity
for Lynda Lee-Potter, fresh from manning the barricades against Gossard,
to take a tilt at advertising for pushing the country into the moral
Judging by what’s going on in the ad, though, it looks less like a case
for the ASA, more for the Health and Safety Executive.