Advertisements promise if a man uses Lynx products they will get the ladies. Lynx, which is marketed as Axe in India failed to land a lady for an Indian man even after he splurged on all of the products.
Vaibhav Bedi, 26, spent money using Lynx products to attract women to him. From body washes to hair gels Bedi used them all to no avail. Now he's suing the parent company Unilever for £26,000 claiming that he has suffered depression and damage psychologically.
Bedi says in his court petition: "The company cheated me because in its advertisements, it says women will be attracted to you if you use Axe.
"I used it for seven years but no girl came to me."
Indian litigator Ram Jetmalani says that the company should settle with Bedi out of court saying that a man's unattractiveness isn't a factor when it comes to attracting females.
Dont lie McDunkin...It's really your case isnt it. Hey I hope you get the money, and dont worry youll find a ladie.
lol @ wow. do people really believe a product will get you ladies.
commercials can be misleading..when i was about 8..i tried listening to bowls of rice krispies waiting for the snap,crackle & pop...
i never heard it..
but i witnessed it & felt it..
my sister would SNAP her fingers waiting for me to pass the milk.
my mom would POP me upside my head for playing with my food..
and my glasses would CRACKLE into teeny tiny pieces
oh hocanada your right...i wish i was ballin on your level
the dimes you pull would make John Bryant jealous
im joking...but seriously...if you guys know any single girls tell them im rich, and cool, and that i look like the old spice guy, and that im rich
This is crazy funny.