Once tobacco is banned the dogodders will start of other things..
I don't know about "dogodders" (or even dogooders ;-)), but alcohol is already entering the firing line. Some sports events, for example, are have already banned alcohol advertising.
The EU stamped hard on alcohol advertising in general some time ago I think - when I was growing up, we had booze ads on TV in the UK but they disappeared decades ago now and you never see them. Even the "Wine & Beer Week At Pak n Slave" ads you get here would not be run in the EU. Formula One of course got rid of tobacco advertising quite some while ago and I can't recall seeing any alcohol advertising there.
None of the doom and gloom the booze companies predicted seems to have come to pass so no doubt it will eventually happen here too, I am sure.
(PS Can't stop thinking about new hybrid creature called a 'dogotter' now!)
Is it OK if I laugh?
Ferrari are paid around $US150M a year by the folks at Marlboro and they paint their F1 cars the same colour as Marlboro packs.
The Lotus F1 team is even more interesting.
The team has no connection to Group Lotus - the maker of Lotus cars - but uses the name, and paints the cars black with gold stripes in order to make sure that folks remember the Lotus John Player Specials. No idea how much they are paid for that but I doubt that they do it for free.
As for alcohol advertising, I am pretty sure that I could see beer ads on UK satellite TV when I was in Germany and Ireland and you can spot a few small booze ads on the 2014 crop of F1 cars.