Playstation Suicide Ad Removed from Metro

Sony UK’s latest advertisement has been taken down from a Metrolink station after the words, “Take a running jump here” appeared a few feet away from the subway tracks. The ad has since been covered up after workers found in unethical, and a spokesman for Network Rail said that “the message goes completely against all our safety messages” and that it contradicts the safety messages they encourage their travelers to follow. Recently, there have been several accidents involving people being hit by trams at the station, so employees found the ad to be in especially bad taste.

Honestly, I think anyone who even considers jumping in front of a tram because of a PSP advert deserves to get hit, but I’m surprised that Metrolink even allowed it to be put up in the first place.
Sony UK’s latest advertisement has been taken down from a Metrolink station after the words, “Take a running jump here” appeared a few feet away from the subway tracks. The ad has since been covered up after workers found in unethical, and a spokesman for Network Rail said that “the message goes completely against all our safety messages” and that it contradicts the safety messages they encourage their travelers to follow. Recently, there have been several accidents involving people being hit by trams at the station, so employees found the ad to be in especially bad taste.

Honestly, I think anyone who even considers jumping in front of a tram because of a PSP advert deserves to get hit, but I’m surprised that Metrolink even allowed it to be put up in the first place.

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