Chimp Media Monitoring reports that the ASA has banned this delightful wee piece of redneckery on the grounds that it's offensive.
Elsewhere, my local rag tells me that Transport for London have refused to display this poster at Angel tube station.
Does this strike anyone else as a bit on the nose?
Let's go back to basics: we value freedom of speech because it allows thorough and unfettered discussion of important issues. It encourages all possible arguments to be put, helping us make better decisions. But more than that, it's actually a prerequisite for democracy.
No matter how offensive they are to some people, communications that deal with social, religious and moral issues are at the very core of the class of things that free speech ought to protect.
Should they attract a lower standard of protection simply because they take the form of advertising?