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Angry mother slams Aldi’s Christmas advert for being ‘traumatic’ for children

MailOnline Thursday, 8 November 2018
Angry mother slams Aldi’s Christmas advert for being ‘traumatic’ for childrenA parent has complained to the advertising standards agency, claiming that Aldi's Christmas launch advert, which sees Kevin the Carrot dicing with death, is too traumatic for children.
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Aldi releases its Christmas advert bringing back last year's character Kevin the Carrot.

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