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Man Made To Smoke Centrelink-Branded BONG Outside The Welfare Agency

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A young man was filmed smoking a bong in front of a Centrelink outlet in Melbourne soon after walking out of the building.

The tattooed blonde man wearing a white singlet walked through the office’s sliding doors for a few seconds before the video cut to another shot.

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He was then standing in front of a large Centrelink logo and lighting up a white bong branded with the organisation’s name.

Though the act might appear to be a slap in the face to Australian taxpayers, all is not as it seems at first glance.

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The video was actually a staged marketing stunt for bong manufacturer Gatorbeug and the man is in fact gainfully employed and not on welfare.

The Sydney-based company is selling the ceramic bong for $70 from its online store alongside ones modelled on Simpsons characters and Donald Trump.

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‘To help remind you to report your income and job search history for this fortnight,’ its description read.

Gatorbeug is no stranger to oddball marketing tactics, once creating a bong resembling Shane Warne wearing flouro sunglasses and smoking a cigarette.

The novelty product was sent to Warne’s close friend, British singer Ed Sheeran, who was snapped opening the box with a sheepish expression.

Source: The Daily Mail

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