PRESS RELEASE: Shanghai based, Australian led, Mailman Group caused a stir with conservatives in the United States following the launch of the controversial Android Application ‘2nd Base’. The mobile app was recently banned by Apple; only to have been accepted across the Android platform. It was discovered one of the characters in the application depicts a very familiar Alaskan Governor in Sarah Palin. Although management states it was not his intention, the images have caused a level of scrutiny for the ambitious entrepreneur.
Described as “cheeky and playful” the 2nd base application is centered on un-hooking bra straps and getting to second base with a series of female “challenges” as the creators call them. But, since its release today, the developers have received backlash for the Palin connection. Group head, Andrew Collins, a Melbourne born entrepreneur thought they may have had some trouble with the ‘fun police’, but never expected the speedy response.
“We knew we were on the knife-edge of respectability, but we never intended one of our sexy characters to be taken to be Governor Palin. I would stress that any of the characters’ resemblance to real persons living or dead is purely coincidental.” Collins further added.
Legal Disclaimer: All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or otherwise able to take legal action against the developers of this application, is purely coincidental.
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Name of App: 2nd Base
Countries Release: Global
Versions: Paid and non paid version available
Name: Asher Esakoff
Title: Media Manager
Company: Mailman Group
Telephone: +86 21 6445 9899
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