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Durex India Takes A Dig At Facebook In Its Latest Condom Ad, And People Are Just Loving It

Published on 15 April, 2018 at 4:45 pm By

The issue of Facebook data leaks hasn’t gone down in the minds of users and people around the world. While its CEO Mark Zuckerberg has faced the US Congress to testify on his company’s massive data breach by Cambridge Analytica just a couple of days ago, people around the world continue to talk and raise about the issue, with many taking a dig at the social network giant for compromising users’ privacy. However, amidst all this, there are some people or brands around the world who got benefitted, in promoting their products or building their image, out of the misfortune of the Facebook. And one such is Durex India, a contraceptive company.


Durex India’s creative team is often too good and too innovative when it comes to social media ads. They never leave a chance to embarrass its users. And this time, too, they are winning lots of hearts.


Making use of the opportunity, the company, in its latest condom ad, targeted Facebook’s data leak issue and came up with something very innovative. While taking a dig at the social network for leaking its data, Durex India said that there are no leaks in their products. They further said, in the caption, that their product is always safe and always fun. Hope, you get its meaning.

Here is the ad:


And as expected, within no time, Durex India’s Twitter handle is flooded with hilarious comments from the users, with many can’t stop loving and praising the creativity of the team. Take a look at some of the most interesting reactions to the ad:

One of the wittiest indeed!




True, very appropriate and beautiful!



You are right. It’s indeed hilarious!



They are awesome indeed!






Durex India guarantees every user, lol!!




Needless to mention, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was brought to Capitol Hill to answer for his company’s massive data breach by Cambridge Analytica, which improperly gathered personal information of up to 87 million users ahead of the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections.

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