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Manforce shares quirky catch-line mocking Cameron Bancroft

Marketing and advertising has seemingly reached new heights.

Cameron Bancroft
Cameron Bancroft. (Photo by Brenton Geach Gallo Images/Getty Images)

Cameron Bancroft has severely been under the pump following his attempt to alter the shape of the leather. He was seen inserting a yellow-colored tape inside his underpants owing to which he was handed a ban of nine months by Cricket Australia. Prior to that, he was also handed a fine of 75 percent of his match-fees and was asked by James Sutherland, the CEO of CA to leave South Africa with immediate effect.

Also, he has been severely ridiculed by commoners and the cricketing fraternity. Manforce Condom is one of the largest selling condom brands in the country and has Sunny Leone, the Indian-American actress, as their brand ambassador. The company has released several sensual advertisements with some catch taglines and has generated a substantial popularity with the message they deliver, especially among the youngsters.

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Another masterclass by Manforce

Recently, the company has churned out another piece of brilliance, this time pertaining to Bancroft’s ball-tampering debacle. The official Twitter handle put up a message which has taken a jibe at the horrendous action by the Aussie cricketer. Here is what they wrote

“Play fair, play safe and enjoy the game of love. #NoTampering #PamperNotTamper #Sandpapergate”

Here is the Tweet

Condom companies have been known to deliver some hilarious messages for advertisement purposes. Previously, Durex came up with a naughty message after Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma entered wedlock in Italy. Here is the message on their Twitter handle

“Congratulations, Anushka  Virat, Let nothing come between you except… Durex”

Meanwhile, time for Cameron Bancroft isn’t something to cheer for the cricketer. He has been alleged of bringing shame to the nation and tarnishing the reputation of cricket in the country. He has also been released by Somerset, an English county, following the incident which panned out on the third day’s pay of the third Test at Cape Town.

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