A van rental business founded by a Brisbane mechanic, Wicked Campers, has ridden an eight-year wave of notoriety that exposed gaps in the teeth of advertising watchdogs in two countries while frustrated politicians, government officials and campaigners gnashed theirs.Continue Reading The Censor has ruled that the slogans meet the criteria for objectionable publications – the first time it has been applied to a vehicle – and Ms Bennett says this will send a clear message to Wicked Campers that their offensive slogans are not welcome here. “We can allContinue Reading

Wicked Campers could be banned in Byron Bay – and Splendour in the Grass says stay away too: — NZ Herald Travel (@NZHtravel) April 26, 2016 Offensive slogans printed on campervans including the Wicked Campers fleet could be banned from parts of northern NSW. A motion to wipeContinue Reading

Concerns over children as Z Energy mulls Wicked Campers ban Shared from Google News & Weather Z Energy’s chief executive says the company does not want to act as a moral judge but will listen to customer views on what is offensive, particularly in relation to children. On Wednesday, the dual-listedContinue Reading Lehmann said thought Bennett had gone too far when she linked the Wicked Campers vans with sexual violence. “You don’t drive down the road and see a van and then want to go and beat your wife up.” Lehmann’s comment had sparked anger and disgust. Some suggested Lehmann shouldContinue Reading