A Walking PSA Complete with Clam Costumes

Yet another reason to love Singapore.

Apparently many Singaporeans think you can avoid Hep B simply by avoiding clams.  I’d seen a few billboards with a similar message, but the clam-people definitely caught my attention.

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7 Responses to A Walking PSA Complete with Clam Costumes

  1. these photos are great! too funny!

  2. bookjunkie says:

    hilarious…the slogans rhyme too!

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