The headline makes the headline.
You’ll read it a million times before you’ll understand what’s really going on.
The ad was supposed to be a one-minute spot that featured an athlete in a bikini, but when it aired, it went viral, according to ABC News.
It’s the kind of thing that could get you arrested, if you are caught with it, or make you the subject of ridicule, if the people you are being ridiculed for are in the same room as you are.
The ad has been viewed more than 9.5 million times on YouTube.
The ad is one of hundreds of fake ads being aired in the U.S. by businesses, charities and corporations.
Some have been as big as $300 million.
“The ad campaign that cost $300 Million is the biggest one in U.K. history,” a spokesperson for the company that created the ad told ABC News in a statement.
“The ad has gone viral, which is great, but it’s also made headlines because of what the advertisers are saying about the health of our nation.
We want to make sure people know that the ad was fake, but we will be working to help educate the public about this and to raise awareness of other fake ads and what can be done to protect ourselves from being duped.”
The company behind the ad, which appears on YouTube, said the campaign has been working to get the message out to consumers.
The campaign was created by the advertising agency, Verve.
The agency said it is not involved in the creation of the ad.
The Verve spokesperson said the agency was not involved with the production of the advertisement and that the company was only involved in creating the content.