Tuesday 3 July 2012 by Spacey

New Barclays advert to feature Satan fisting a puppy


Barclays Bank have announced details of a new advertising campaign that will provide a more accurate reflection of the service that it provides to its customers.

The adverts will feature well-known loveable personification of evil, Satan inflicting pain and suffering on various defenceless animals in a manner that the bank are confident its customers will relate to.

“We’ve done a lot of market research into this,” revealed a Barclays spokesperson.

“From the numerous surveys we’ve conducted it became clear that Beelzebub is the perfect choice to become the face of Barclays.”

Barclays Advert

The content of the adverts will feature no music or voiceover, but will show Satan with the caption ‘This is Barclays’, and a cute baby animal with the caption ‘This is you’.

Satan will then ram his fist into the animals anus, before dancing around wearing the stricken animal as a meat mitten.

The banks new slogan ‘Barclays – Making a Barrymore pool party look like a child’s picnic’ will then appear on the screen.

The adverts will go up against other bank’s campaigns such as Royal Bank of Scotland’s ‘Be afraid, be very afraid!’ and HSBC’s ‘Who will survive and what will be left of them?’.

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