[WATCH] Iceland’s Christmas advert banned- for being too political
It is that time of the year when companies try their best to appeal to shoppers hearts and their pockets.
Well, at least this is what an Iceland company tried to do with their Christmas advert.
Now, this Christmas advert has been banned in Iceland for trying to portray an important environmental message. It shows the destruction of an orangutan’s rainforest habitat due to palm oil growers.
Watch the video below and judge for yourself.
Elsewhere on what's gone viral, a dad helps his kid save the ball but probably not in the way you expect.
I can’t stop watching this. Dad of the year 😂👏🏻⚽️pic.twitter.com/iLvhDoiFyb— Tom Munns (@TomMunns1) November 8, 2018
Listen below to the full what's gone viral with Khabazela:
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