Attention commercial TV Producers: If you want your ad to be too hot for TV, pick Pam Anderson.
The Dancing With The Stars contestant acted in a commercial for Crazy Domains that was banned from TV in Australia, RadarOnline.com has confirmed.
The commercial features the Playboy centerfold as a businesswoman in a fantasy scene where she strips off her suit and pours milk all over herself.
The censors Down Under found it too racy and pulled it after hundreds of complaints.
Fiona Jolly who is the president of the Advertising Standards Bureau said the ad “was meant to be a cheeky, over-the-top depiction, but in the bureaus view it did cross the line.” Gavin Collins the managing director of Crazy Domains has accused “feminist bloggers” for the ban, saying the ad was “no worse than some music video clips.”
Critics of the ad say it’s “overly sexist and exploitative” and “is all about sex, got nothing to do with domains, unless it’s to start a porn site.” The 60 second has been on YouTube since December 2009 and has received more than 300,000 views since it was posted.
And it hasn’t cost the advertiser a dime.