Hindus families with children came out to protest against MLA's lamb advertisement ridiculing God Ganesh.

Australian Standard Bureau’s many standards..!

… I’m a Hindu and I see this commercial degrading our religion … it shows Hindu god Lord Ganesha eating/promoting meat and drinking wine. This is totally out of line and is insensitive, misleading and hurts religious sentiments of all people from Hindu background…

... The portrayal of a Hindu God (Lord Ganesha) along with the talk of lamb in the advert is disgraceful, offensive and inappropriate.

  • Excerpts from two complaints to the Australian Standards Bureau

The Standards Bureau has ókayed' the advertisement...


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