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Terrifying Marketing ‘Prank’ Turns Innocent People Into Wanted Criminals

February 15, 2013
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To market its brand of "Stress Protect" deodorant, German skin and body care company Nivea (or, rather, its ad agency) came up with a hilarious marketing "prank" wherein innocent people are transformed into wanted criminals through the use of fake newspapers, public service announcements and breaking news broadcasts....

 

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