Is it me, or are people losing their nerve?
It was all “Too much cleavage for a family show” and “It’s not appropriate attire pre-Watershed.” Ridiculous!
Unless the 200 viewers who complained happen to have x-ray vision and saw through the desk the judges sat behind throughout most of the show, I’m baffled.
Not to mention worried that a few of my ‘day’ dresses are now virtually x-rated by comparison. Yikes!
But, between the show’s fashion scandal, and Protein World‘s ‘Beach Body Ready‘ marketing campaign being super-sized for Times Square in New York this week, they’re not the only brands ‘putting themselves out there’.
Despite deleting the evidence, the customer in question – Elle – shared it with the world in disbelief.
Now, credit where credit’s due. As soon as Nando’s noticed a negative ripple effect on the Twittersphere it went straight to the press to apologise and set the record straight.
Now, this is by no means a ‘Madonna‘ epic social media fail. It actually reveals a few golden nuggets about the brand:
My only advice is that Nando’s should lay off the archaic winking face, pronto.
That’s what’s really making its tweets offensive. What do you think?