Loaded to YouTube on June 11, Coke's celebration of the altruistic, brave and foolish behavior has passed 1 million views and netted close to 13,000 likes (and about 500 dislikes.) Though the ad ties in nicely with Coke's "Open Happiness" campaign, which features other such scenes of spontaneous delight from around the globe, not everyone has been won over. The Huffington Post's U.K. edition, for instance, wonders if some or all of the scenes are staged. It's also unclear how Coke got the footage and the rights to images of people in the ad. A rep from Coke could not be reached for comment.
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