Weird Furry Orangina Advertisement

This is one odd video. This French Orangina TV ad has furries wearing kinky lingerie and an octopus giving a lap dance to a bear.

Check it out:

I guess I shouldn't be surprised after this previous post about a French set of ads on safe sex practices.

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