Usain Bolt and Mario Balotelli in a hot tub for new Puma advert
Ad also features Sergio Aguero and Lexi Thompson
Puma have launched a new advert and it makes for rather interesting viewing.
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Titled "Calling All Troublemakers" the German brand has bought out the big guns... and put them in a hot tub.
The new advert features Jamaican sprint king Usain Bolt, Italian bad boy Mario Balotelli and golfers Rickie Fowler and Lexi Thompson making an appearance next to scantily clad women and men.
Puma have branded their new campaign "Forever Faster".
"PUMA’s mission is to be the fastest sports brand in the world," read a statement from the company.
"Through our endless pursuit to push the sports world forward, we are Forever Faster. Not fast. Faster. Faster is more determined.
"It trusts its instincts, not the rules. It’s brave. It’s confident. Faster reminds the world what it means to play.
"Then wins it all, breaks records, breaks them again, and takes a victory lap."
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