On Tuesday, a tasteless ad that depicted September 11th happening with hundreds of planes instead of two found its way on to the Internet. The ad was thought to have been created by DDB Brasil on behalf of the World Wildlife Fund. While New Yorkers and Americans alike were appalled by the cheap reference to that disastrous day, WWF itself denounced the ad, saying that it was unapproved" and on spec.
Today a video version of the ad was released and it's even worse than the original.
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