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Auntie Anne’s hot dog tests MDA censorship rules

Posted on 09 July 2013

Up yours, says Auntie Anne.

Pic stolen from Mr Brown

Pic stolen from Mr Brown

Looks like there’s a new rebel in town.

Auntie Anne, who is the grandmother of pretzel, has put up a controversial ad showing a circumcised hot dog.

The ad has been tempting Singaporeans, asking them to put that sumptuous long thing inside their mouths.

However, a Media Development Authority spokesperson is in opposition to the ad as it is unrealistic.

The MDA spokesperson, who declined to be named, said: “There is no way it can be this long and straight. No way.”

When contacted, Auntie Anne said her hot dog ad is harmless.

Auntie Anne said: “Not as if I print it out in 3D and walk around and beat people on their heads with it.”


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