Australia's ad watchdog banned the TV commercial, saying it contains "unjustified violence by an older 'cougar' against younger women. The Aussie Advertising Standards Board said the depicted violence "is not justified in the context of the service being advertised. The ASB did note: "A minority of the board considered that the way the woman struts around and approaches the young women is humorous and that most members of the community would be able to identify with the staged and fabricated way the advertisement is intended to be portrayed," according to Mumbrella. But: "the majority of the board considered that two scenes in the advertisement depicted a woman committing a violent act against another woman. The majority of the Board considered that in a bar or licensed venue, such aggressive behaviour is not considered humorous or acceptable. The actual public complaint to the Board — which automatically triggers an investigation — did not focus on the violence.
"Cougar Life" Ad Featuring MILF Porn Star Julia Ann Banned For "Unjustified Violence"
CougarLife Ad Banned For Putting 'Immature Girls' in Their Place
Young women in Australia are angered over a CougarLife ad which features porn star Julia Ann trashing "immature girls who think they're all that. In the ad, she stuffs a hamburger in one girl's face saying, "you need a sandwich. Yes, it's all to illustrate older woman have more to offer than younger women. At least according to CougarLife.