But what happens when a transport authority tries a light-hearted approach to get young kids to stop boozing and cruising? This happens, from the New Zealand Transport Agency. And it will make you laugh out loud. Trust us. (Especially for lovers of the Kiwi accent!)
Now it’s over to you: do you reckon it’s better than the shock and awe campaigns traditionally relied upon?
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