Top Stories

Dominos 'Fifty Shades of Grey'-Esque Ad In the Spotlight For It's S&M Content

Dominos 'Fifty Shades of Grey'-Esque Ad In the Spotlight For It's S&M Content

This Dominos ad for their Sriracha pizza is raising eyebrows for its S&M style content.

“You’re going to suffer and enjoy every moment,” the ad proclaims, showing a tied up tongue with a whip, ball gag, and sexy police hat.

“It’s real,” company spokesman Tim McIntyre told People about the ad. “The ad was created and pitched by an agency to the independent franchise in Israel. It never ‘officially’ appeared anywhere, because it was ill-advised, unfunny and not brand-appropriate. In a word, it was stupid.”

Tim adds that “[It's] being presented as something that actually ran in Israeli media. It did not.”

“When I first saw it myself, I thought it was a parody, just in time for the premiere of Fifty Shades of Grey,” Tim concluded. “I’m still shaking my head.”

Bigger ad image inside…

Just Jared on Facebook
dominos ad causing controversy sm content 01

Credit: Dominos
Posted to: Fifty Shades of Grey, Random

JJ Links Around The Web

WENN
  • The NFL says Lady Gaga is not banned from talking politics at the Super Bowl Halftime show - TMZ
  • Charlie Sheen apologizes to Rihanna for calling her "that b---h - Gossip Cop
  • Hailee Steinfeld is returning for Pitch Perfect 3 - Just Jared Jr
  • Kanye West is not performing at Donald Trump's inauguration - Radar
  • Prince William and Princess Kate speak at an event together - Lainey Gossip
  • Ivanka Trump's book was pushed back due to "momentous" life changes - The Hollywood Reporter
  • http://rememberingthedesireisprivate.blogspot.com/ GFW

    Make this go away. Not funny. Not tasteful, pun intended.

  • DeeDee00

    U.S. has officially gone to the dogs. This is so tacky & in poor taste to sell pizza. Domino’s has nasty pizza anyway.

  • Maria E. Segura

    I found it funny

  • Revengefan0101

    It’s better to buy a fresh pizza from your local pizzeria.

A Member of Townsquare Entertainment News | Advertise here