A banned commercial for Libidium Fast sexual supplement, featuring Portuguese soccer legend Paulo Futre, has gone viral with over 275,000 views in three days. The 82-second clip starts with a rear-shot of Paulo with a football bouncing up and down in front of him, giving the impression that he is juggling the ball with his feet. The camera slowly zooms out and the viewer figures out what’s actually keeping the ball up in the air. Watch the full ad below.
Just when you thought the World Cup hangover was over, something like this rolls in. Libidium should have ideally released this ad last month before their national team crashed out in the group stages. None the less, this commercial is a hit in Spain and Portugal with over 100,000 views on the first day itself. ExcentricGrey Lisbon is the agency involved. What’s your take on this sport + sex combo? Share this post and your views in the comments section below.
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