GEICO Accused of Promoting Bestiality By Moms Group

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One Million Moms is a group that sees bestiality in many things.

You may not think much of a Skittles ad where a girl makes out with a CGI walrus, or Maxwell the GEICO pig going on a date with a human. But they do.

Yes, One Million Moms (an organization which is, by its own admission, only comprised of thousands of moms) is up in arms over GEICO and Maxwell:

We call it creative advertising for GEICO and its free app, or at worst, harmless nonsense. They call it unsavory love of animals and girl-on-pig innuendos.

In the latest spot, Maxwell is on a date when his car breaks down in a secluded area .. and his date isn't in such a hurry for the tow truck to arrive.

IF YOU KNOW WHAT WE MEAN!

Despite the fact that most kids wouldn't get the joke, let alone take seriously the idea that she really wants to get freaky with a digitized pig, OMM is not a fan.

The group said in a statement: "A bridesmaid was flirting with the gecko in a different commercial, so this is just becoming a norm for GEICO it seems."

In short, 15 minutes could save you hundreds on car insurance, but you'll be supporting a company that promotes boning animals, so enjoy hell.

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