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nzbullet: I saw this the other day at a dairy in ChCh and couldn't believe what I was seeing.
I am not usually one for "pc" or "sensativity" to these kind of things but this one really pushes my buttons. What fool thought that it's ok to label a drink (which can be purchased by kids) the same as a 'Class A' drug and try to make "Cocaine" a cool, funny thing. It's not cool and it's not funny.
- do we really need *another* energy drink and
- (more importantly) one called Cocaine!
pageweon: very likely tonyhughes
i think this drink only appeals to the crowd who used to enjoy drinking redbull concentrate by the gallon.. or as a one off novelty (kinda like that sars drink back in the day) by people like me,i mean... it has dangerous levels of caffeine,i hear its actualy been around for a while but the importer only just got it through the food safety authority
Interesting because one of the company directors contacted me when some other user posted the same information (without any links) asking to have it removed since this person is not part of the company.
I looked at the Companies website and couldn't find his name listed there - what's interesting is that Fairfax published this story - either he was a director and then had his name removed from the company listing, or he was never a director, in which case why would he had that picture taken?
By the way, I am changing the words in your post a bit to prevent the company threatening us again.