Koreans spoof David Beckham’s Giorgio Armani underwear ad to sell Good-Nite nappies

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“Children who are no longer using diapers can wear Good-Nites to prevent bed wetting. We show Good-Nites being worn as fashionable underwear to show children that Good-Nites aren’t diapers.”

So said Diamond Ogilvy in Seoul, South Korea.

To us it’s just a spoof of David Beckham’s Giorgio Armani underwear ad to flog off Good-Nites nappies as a ‘fashion’ item for children. And the baby is a much better poser than Beckham it seems, just check out that look on his face. Hlarious. What will the ad men think of next?

[Via iBelieveinAdv]


  • Lindsey says:

    Love this, absolutely hilarious!

  • Beauty is DIverse says:

    Not sure I like the kid posing like that.

  • Julie says:

    This is absolutely disgusting. Huggies should be ashamed of themselves for getting that toddler to pose all oiled up in such a provocative & sexual way. Am horrified, & for the life of me cannot understand how anyone could find it funny.

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