Wicked Campers

Wicked Campers

For more than a decade, Wicked Camper vans have spread their harmful anti-women messages through degrading artwork and slogans across Australian roads. The company is notorious for its sexually explicit slogans and imagery, some advocating rape and extreme violence against women, including murder.

Collective Shout calls on Ministers to pass uniform laws to stop Wicked Campers

Wicked Campers are notorious for their sexually explicit slogans and imagery, even advocating rape and murder. Ad Standards is powerless to enforce rulings against them,...

Ad Standards rules against Wicked Campers pornographic slogan

With no legislation in Western Australia forcing Wicked to comply, expect to see this van again We CAN change this - sign the petition here! ...

"Those things can really take a pounding" Wicked Camper slogan censured by Ad Standards

With no enforcement laws in place, South Australians can expect to see this van again

Wicked Campers breaches ad code with "massive" pun

But with no laws to enforce the ruling, South Australians can expect to see this van again

Wicked Campers van reprimanded for ‘insensitive’ sexual innuendo between girl and judge

According to Mumbrella infamous car rental company Wicked Campers has had one of its ads banned yet again for using an “insensitive” and “inappropriate” slogan,...

The Beatles "I am the Walrus" Wicked Camper cleared by Ad Standards

Sexualised Beatles lyrics printed on Wicked Camper

Ad Standards upholds complaints against Wicked Campers for trivialising drug use

"Weed is not a drug. It's a plant. I'm not a dealer. I'm a florist"

"Am I still a virgin if..." Wicked Campers slogan censured by Ad Standards

"I was in the vehicle behind the camper van with my children in the vehicle.I find it not only very offensive and obscene but also...


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