Wednesday, February 20, 2013

British penis enlargement ad banned after 'inadequacy' complaint

An advert for a penis enhancement has been banned after a man complained it left him feeling "inadequate".

The man contacted advertising watchdogs after being bombarded with ads telling him his penis size was a "disappointment" and that his partner might be "turned off".

The ad boasted men could "have a penis that's inches longer and much thicker naturally, without surgery, pumps or exercise. Guaranteed or your money back!" with the help of Maximus penis enlargement capsules.

But for one man, the ads aimed at tackling his manhood came too thick and fast after he began receiving the Life Healthcare four page mailing on his doorstep on a monthly basis so he complained to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).

The ASA banned the ad and said the company must suppress the complainant's personal data.


Sounds like he does have a small one.  Such ads are as common as dirt on the internet. They have never bothered me.

Posted by John J. Ray (M.A.; Ph.D.).

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