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King Kong promo causes stir

11 Jun 2013

King Kong promo causes stir Image

It was the publicity stunt that garnered more publicity than anyone could’ve imagined.

The gorilla hand that hung suspended against the Eureka Tower last month was supposed to be a promotion for the new King Kong stage show, but inadvertently became embroiled in the racism in football controversy, after comments from Eddie McGuire on his radio show about the promotion.

The hand was suspended for most of the month and was a spectacular way to promote the upcoming show.

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