More NewsOnline Advertisers Misbeshavin’

Online Advertisers Misbeshavin'

Sadly, most of us have grown accustomed to seeing some pretty nasty images in online ads

Sadly, most of us have grown accustomed to seeing some pretty nasty images in online ads. Flabby bellies, yellow teeth, dominatrix chickens.

Well, I may have stumbled on the most bizarre, indeed grossest image yet. Today, while doing research on Facebook for a story (believe it or not, I actually do story research there), I stumbled upon a woman shaving.

Not her legs. Not her underarms. Not her…um…Her face!


OK, now unfortunately I’ve heard about some women doing this, but do I really need the pictorial?

We can thank American Laser Centers for this ad, which links to a lead gen page promoting free laser hair removal.

Oh, and please excuse my headline. I guess I’ve been inspired by the New York Post.

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