Baby Version of David Beckham's Armani Underwear Ads are Fake

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Have you seen the ads created by a Korean ad agency for Good-Nites that are supposedly modeled after David Beckham's Armani Underwear campaign?

Sadly, they're fake.

A brand spokesperson tells ParentDish that there's no truth to the story: "The ad in question is not a real ad, and in no way has ever been requested or endorsed by the GoodNites brand. It is the unfortunate action that one individual took upon himself to pursue and post on the Internet without the knowledge of the GoodNites brand or our agency partner. We take the advertising and marketing of our brand extremely serious and take every precaution to ensure that our brand is represented appropriately."

That's a shame, because this model tot nearly did the impossible: made bedwetting cool.

Watch your magnificently muscled back, Bechkam. We can't wait to see this kid's Blue Steel.


Related: David Beckham to Design Menswear Line?

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AdviceMama Says:
Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.