Well-hung billboard erected to ensure package delivery

  • Advertising
  • January 29, 2010
  • Ben Fahy
Well-hung billboard erected to ensure package delivery

An essential element of TV One's new show Hung can now be seen in 3D, but only if you cop a glance (or, for committed violators, a feel) of the rather risqué billboard, which was recently erected on Victoria St in Auckland in an attempt to get mass market penetration.

The "fun, slightly cheeky campaign" by those filthy devils at Colenso features a bulging mound of manhood that looks like a wrapped brain sliding down a billboard and aims to draw attention to the premise of the show, which is, put bluntly, about a no hoper who is forced to make use of the whopper he's harbouring downstairs.

Gratuitous penile-related outdoor advertising at its best. Be still our collective throbbing heart.

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