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Wednesday, 13 July 2005

The Lynx effect!

He Cerne Giant has pulled - thanks to a million pound advertising scheme.

The famous naked chalk image will be recreated on a flight path to Gatwick Airport, with the addition of two similarly nude women in close proximity.

As well as the giant advert, Dorset's famous fertility symbol will also appear in a series of TV commercials, deemed so saucy that they must be shown after the 9pm watershed.

The new image, which will be more than 9,290 square metres, is designed to advertise Lynx deodorants and catch the eye of passengers flying into the airport from July 18 to August 14.

Source: Bournemouth Daily Echo Wednesday 13th Jul 2005

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