https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/nov/10/wicked-campers-ban-offensive-slogans-finally-reach-the-end-of-the-road 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.
https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/objectionable-ruling-sends-clear-message-wicked-campers 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 all
Wicked Campers could be banned in Byron Bay – and Splendour in the Grass says stay away too: https://t.co/8TyUdXaz1B pic.twitter.com/8ccerJdpFK — 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 wipe
Concerns over children as Z Energy mulls Wicked Campers ban http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/79133507/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-listed
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/78082787/bit-of-violence-man-hits-back-at-paula-bennett-over-wicked-campers-row 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 should