One Million Moms Accuse Another Ad Of Promoting Bestiality

Feb 25, 2013
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Does it seem One Million Moms are fixated on bestiality?

According to the group, an ad for car insurance apparently suggests much more.

One Million Moms, a group that monitors children’s programming, is calling on Geico to pull a recent commercial featuring a woman apparently flirting with a talking pig calling it ‘bestiality.’

In their press release, the organization says, ‘The Geico marketing team may have thought this would be humorous, but it is disgusting to see how the company takes lightly the act of bestiality.’

The commercial features a young woman and a pig, apparently stranded in a broken-down car.

‘Did you turn your ringer off so no one would interrupt us?

The pig though, seems uninterested, in the young woman and shows off the mobile Geico app on his phone as well as the game Fruit Ninjas.

This is not the first time that One Million Moms has protested such a high-profile company for allegedly depicting bestiality. 

Earlier the group found objection to a Skittles ad featuring a walrus.


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