Horny Pathetic Boys Invited to 'Share the Clothes Off' of a Sexy ModelS

Well, this is about as evil as advertising gets.

French fashion retailer Vicomte A. was desperate to increase their site metrics, but had no money to spend on marketing. Enter creepy ad agency Fred & Farid, who created a "social striptease" microsite, which according to F&F's badly translated press release, provides…"what any men between 18 and 30 dreams of: a hot sexy girl stripping but as everything as a price you have "to share her clothe [sic] off." The girl is wearing the woman collection, and if you want her to take a clothe off, you have to share it on your Facebook wall."

Horny Pathetic Boys Invited to 'Share the Clothes Off' of a Sexy ModelS

As we all know, there are a lot of desperate manboys between 18 and 30.

The press release continues:

Social striptease is "(a)n interactive experience, on which you can undress a sexy model simply by sharing her clothes on social media. Every time you click on a piece if clothing, she takes it off, and it appears on your Facebook wall as a link to the e-commerce website. The more you share, the less she wears."

This is some truly dystopian shit. I don't know if the model gets completely naked on the social striptease website (here's the link), because I sure as shit ain't gonna help their cause, plus I'm 20 years older than their demo target anyway. So, if you could please try it and report back in the comments, I'd appreciate it.

Horny Pathetic Boys Invited to 'Share the Clothes Off' of a Sexy Model

You'll note at the end of the video, Vicomte suggests that's there's a male version of the site, JK LOL. I have no idea what the dude's fake tattoo message is: Something HOLD? Again, please comment if you decipher it.

NOTE: Fred and Farid are known for their disturbing ad campaigns, including anthropomorphic bestiality ads for Orangina, and necrophilia coroner photo work for Wrangler.