May 2

02 May, 2008
"While some viewers might find the ad distasteful, we considered most would understand the ad was light-hearted"
- the Advertising Standards Authority rejects complaints about "sexual abuse" in a TV ad for Kellogg's Nutri-Grain bars, in which a doctor diagnoses a patient's complaints of feeling hungry as "cakey pangs", asks him to take off his trousers, then answers a question about whether he's a real doctor with, "No, I'm a baker", before slipping on an oven glove"I hope it doesn't become violent. That's my main concern"- While unrest grows in Egypt over the availability of bread, Allison Lahav, owner of Chili's pizzeria - one of the few Jerusalem restaurants that serves bread during Passover - has risked upseting Orthodox Jews by continuing to sell pizza over the week-long Jewish holiday, following a favourable court ruling



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