A Red Bull ad that makes light of the Titanic disaster that saw more than 1500 passengers killed when the ill- fated vessel struck an iceberg in 1912 has received more than 50 complaints in the UK.
The spot for the popular energy drink shows two men drawn in the firm's trademark cartoon style having a conversation as a crate of Red Bull is about to be loaded onto the ship.
A man, who appears to be the ship's captain, demands that the drinks be unloaded, saying "on my ship we only have champagne".
The worker then protests using the brand's slogan "Red Bull gives you wings".
The captain laughs off the advice.
"Wings? Why on earth would you need wings on a ship?" he says before bursting into laughter.
The Titanic Heritage Trust has condemned the ad.
Founder Howard Nelson called it "very offensive" and "disrespectful".
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