A leading car insurer has been censured for telling drivers that 'It pays to be confused.'
Edmund Knight of the AA commented - "Confused driving certainly does not pay unless you like hospitals and funerals. A new pair of jeans is probably the least to worry about for this type of road user. Weaving in between lanes, indecision at junctions and crying whilst you drive can all lead to terrible accidents."
"If only they could have had a new pair of 'genes' instead" he gagged.
The news comes amidst growing concerns that car insurance adverts are giving some viewers violent thoughts. Whether it's the appalling Omid Djalili or the excruciating 'Go Compare' opera singer, TV repair companies are reporting an upsurge in brick retrieval specifically during these adverts.
One viewer commented - "I'd give them £150 just to f*** ***!"