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Burger King Russia Bought Ad Space on a Woman’s Breasts Using a Service Called ‘Tittygram’

Burger King Russia Bought Ad Space on a Woman’s Breasts Using a Service Called ‘Tittygram’: Boomer from "The Burger King Kids Club" is all grown up.

Boomer from "The Burger King Kids Club" is all grown up.

It’s not uncommon for fast food companies to use a woman’s breasts in their advertising (see Carl’s Jr.). But Burger King may be the first to actually advertise on a woman’s breasts.

Using a service called “Tittygram,” Burger King Russia placed an ad reading “I love Burger King” across the chest of a buxom redheaded model. The picture was then posted to the company’s VK.com account, which is the Russian-speaking equivalent of Facebook.

I don’t speak Russian, because I’m not a communist. But I do know how to use Google Translate. So here’s the translated message that accompanied the pic.

Do you want this to be your name ?

Each week, the most active community member will receive from us just such a nominal postcard! Not only our Whopper prepared in this fire, we all with a twinkle !

This funny, no? Burger King number 1 funny all of Eurasia, yes?

I’m pretty sure Burger King’s American marketing department didn’t sign off on this. And something tells me the ad won’t sit well with a lot of people. But before accusations of “sexism” start flying, it’s important to note that “Tittygram” claims to donate 2 percent of its profits to breast cancer research, which magically makes their business model not sexist, right? Right?

At any rate, I’m writing this for Playboy, so I don’t exactly have a lot of room to criticize people who use breasts to sell things.

Oh, wait! Huh, what’s this video we made? How did this get here?

(H/T: Inquisitr.com)

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