This Incredibly NSFW PETA Advert Was Banned For Obvious Reasons

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Unsurprisingly this advert made by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has been banned by U.S. TV companies.

According to Uproxx, pretty much every year PETA puts together an overly explicit Super Bowl commercial that would never have a chance of actually making it onto TV.

They do this so they can then post the ‘banned’ commercial online and draw attention to themselves for the ‘scandal’ they’ve caused.

GRAPHIC: Not safe for work.

This year they’ve really outdone themselves with their 2016 Super Bowl commercial Last Longer, which makes the claim that vegans have more stamina in the bedroom than their meat-eating counterparts.

The group claims this is due to the fact that the cholesterol in meat, eggs, and dairy products slows the flow of blood to all the body’s organs—not just the heart.

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The advert goes on to demonstrate this in pretty explicit manner, by showing two couples having sex. The guy who eats meat and dairy fails to please his lady, while the vegan guy gives untold amounts of pure pleasure to his lucky partner.

As if that wasn’t enough, the now downhearted non-vegan walks out of his apartment only to be hit (and presumably killed) by a falling air conditioner. Subtle as ever from PETA.

So remember guys, don’t eat meat – your poor bedroom performance will not only leave your partner unsatisfied, you will probably end up mashed into a pavement by a rogue air conditioner, probably fitted by a meat-eater.

Or probably not…


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