A billboard in the Netherlands has become the new viral meme.
The ad, posted to Instagram and the Twitter account of the satirical newspaper, Welt Deutscher Dagblad, is all about the UK’s ‘mushroom tax’.
The billboard shows an advertisement for the ‘mixed’ products available in the UK, with the slogan ‘the price of happiness’.
The image of the product is taken from the image of a ‘munchkin’ who was depicted in a comic book by Danish artist Jesper Kyd.
The ad has been shared thousands of times on social media, and many are now taking the image seriously.
The original billboard in The Hague, Netherlands, has now been changed to a cartoon.
The tweet above is a screenshot of the new version:As well as being the most popular image of all time, the tweet has been retweeted more than 15,000 times.
The advert has been widely shared on social networks, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Vkontakte.
It has also spawned hundreds of comments on the original image on the billboard’s Twitter page.
The satirical newspaper Welt Dagblads has published the ad in English, Dutch and Swedish.
The billboard is part of a wider campaign by the newspaper, which aims to promote healthy eating and a more active lifestyle.
The billboard has been posted on Instagram and WeltDeutschedag, which also publish news.
The newspaper’s account has received more than 10,000 likes.
However, the original billboard was not always popular in the country.
In 2009, the tabloid Der Spiegel published an article in which it suggested that the billboard was a ‘false advertising’ by the British Government.
The magazine wrote that the advert was ‘unfair’ because it featured ‘frightening images of an overworked munchkin who is on his way to his factory.’
In the wake of the report, the UK Foreign Office launched an investigation into the billboard.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said in March this year that it had received ‘a number of complaints’ regarding the billboard and would consider them if it received ‘specific information’ from the advertiser.
However in March, the ASA told The Sun newspaper that the UK Government was ‘still investigating the complaint and will not be commenting on it’.’
We don’t comment on specific complaints or investigations, except in exceptional circumstances, and our complaint is still under investigation,’ a spokesman said.
The Advertising Standards Agency (ASAs) told The Mirror newspaper that it was aware of the complaint, but would not comment further.
The ASA did not respond to The Mirror’s request for comment.’
The new billboard is still the best way to reach people,’ said the spokesperson.’
We do not comment on individual complaints.
We have been in contact with the advertisor and will work with them to establish what further action might be appropriate.’