A Carlsberg advert featuring former England footballer Stuart Pearce which saw him surprising workers at a building site with a giant crate of beer was banned in the Summer for being irresponsible.

The ad, which appeared on the YouTube channel of builders’ merchant TradePoint, featured the former Nottingham Forest manager playing a prank to promote Carlsberg’s sponsorship of the Euro 2016 tournament.

In the ad Stuart Pearce and an actor drop off a huge crate of beer to a building site along with scaffolding football goals.

The building foreman then starts to protest that the crate is not for them until Stuart Pearce appears and opens the crate, revealing dozens of boxes of Carlsberg.

If Carlsberg did building sites eh!

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