South African-based international chicken chain Nando's spurred a lot of controversy with an advertisement mocking deposed dictators last month. Well, apparently they liked the attention. Above is their latest ad, issued following the death of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il.
Is the ad in bad taste?
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