Raunchy Sex And The City Ad Banned In NZ
AP - Japanese carmaker Nissan said Friday it has pulled a raunchy commercial starring "Sex and the City" actress Kim Cattrall from New Zealand television after complaints over its content.
Cattrall, who plays sex-obsessed, promiscuous Samantha Jones in the hugely successful U.S. series, appears in the ad purring with excitement about Nissan's new sedan.
"Why didn't you tell me it was so big, I just wasn't prepared for it?" she gushes. "The all-new Nissan Tiida makes you feel really, really, really good inside."
She tells a salesman: "Ah! That was amazing. Absolutely fabulous! I mean the great body and the way you moved it." [read full article]
The divine Ms Cattrall seems to have become the female equivalent to Finbarr Saunders... still, if they get Sex And The City involved in promoting their new cars, what did they expect? Thousands of women enjoy Sex And The City sex toys as well as the show's explicit discussions of female pleasure. Clearly Ms Cattrall has a bit more va-va-voom than they bargained for.