Police think it is "prudent" to support oral sex on TV
What is interesting that after Bob Schollum, Brad Shuipton and possibly Clint Rickards had all manner of sexual contact with all manner of women - including oral sex and sex on the bonnet of a police car - while they were serving police officers, that the police think it is "prudent" to advertise on a programme where the same sort of activity is happening on our TV screens. Genesis Energy is advertising on TV3`s Californication programme despite not approving of it, yet, in a statement, the Police think it is "prudent" to continue to advertise on the programme.
Police may not comment on their support or otherwise of the programme, but as advertisments are there to support and pay for TV programmes, its not a good look when Police are paying for advertising supporting programmes which have oral sex and other violent sexual activity - especially if it thinks it is "prudent" in doing so.
Meanwhile, both Subway and Castrol - who filled in slots where others left - have withdrawn their advertising following their advertisments in last nights Calfornication programme.
Who believes anything the NZPolice say anyway.
This house think they are politicaly suborned so shouldn't be listened to full stop unless we have to.
The show will go lame and they'll be back.
New shows always start wif a hiss and a roar then tame down,, look at 'sex in the city.'
totally tame now.
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