Russian advert showing bound and gagged woman being force to dig a grave by her husband because she bought him ‘useless’ presents is axed after sexism row

Russian advert showing bound and gagged woman being force to dig a grave by her husband because she bought him ‘useless’ presents is axed after sexism row

An advert showing a bound and gagged woman being forced by her husband to dig a grave in the forest has sparked a furious sexism row in Russia.

The internet commercial for electronics chain DNS, which has now been axed, was broadcast ahead of Defender of the Fatherland Day on February 23.

The annual holiday celebrates the achievements of military forces and veterans and it is traditional for women to buy gifts and postcards for their male relatives.

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