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Kit Kat spat goes viral despite Nestlé's efforts

From the Globe & Mail

Greenpeace Internet video might have fallen
flat if company had ignored it

Simon Houpt

Globe and Mail Update

Now you see it, now you don't. Wait:
Now you do.

A global game of Whack-a-Mole broke out Wednesday on the Internet when
YouTube removed a gruesome anti-Nestlé commercial by Greenpeace after
the multinational food giant complained, only to have viewers flock to
the video-sharing site, where the spot became an instant cause
célèbre because of the reputed censorship.

The 60-second video depicts a bored office worker enjoying a Kit Kat,
which rather than being the popular chocolate-hazelnut ladyfinger-style
confection, appears to be a chocolate-covered ape finger. As he munches
on the treat, it oozes blood over his chin and across his keyboard,
shocking his co-workers. “Have a break?” reads the on-screen text. “Give
the orangu-tan a break.” (Continue to Globe & Mail)

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