The second ad plays on the same gag except they pair have changed places and the woman is grunting along to some push-ups.
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The adverts have caused a few palpitations in France, with many taking to social media to slam what they consider to be a tasteless ad.
Some might say this response is surprising, not least given France's long history of raunchy ads. Here are some of the raunchiest, see for yourself.
Perrier, 1976: This infamous commercial was banned when it was first released but it still managed to develop a cult status.
11 Football Club, 2012: Women's rights groups were angered by this commercial by a French sports chain, blasting it as offensive towards women. See if you agree.
Renault Clio, 2013: The UK's Advertising Standards Agency banned this video in Britain for objectifying women but gave the green light to a different version with half-naked men.
Renault Clio, 2013: Here's the other version of the Renault Clio advert, to save you looking around the web for it.
Hansaplast, 2004: In this commercial, a boy causes all sorts of mayhem while his mum is busy trying out Hansaplast condoms.
Le Slip Français, 2012: If you're worried about someone attacking your crotch with a hammer, get a pair of underwear from Le Slip Français for ultimate protection.
Charente Maritime, 2013: Officials and tourist chiefs were not amused when this promotional video for the Charente Maritime region in western France came out.
Louis Vuitton, 2013: This ad for Louis Vuitton clothing caused outrage among feminist groups for its “glamorization” of prostitution.
Aides, 2010: This advert for condoms, made by French HIV/Aids organisation Aides shows the struggles of a cartoon penis and was reportedly banned.
Triumph, 2008: Not quite a French commercial, but at least the setting is quintessentially Gallic. To the delight of passers-by (at least some of the male ones), a model saunters through Paris wearing only lingerie.
Nomad: This commercial for mobile phone company Nomad, which allegedly was banned, demonstrates the importance of always making well-informed decisions.