Angry Beatles Fan sends complaint letter to Nike

Posted on June 22, 2013 by

Nothing is sacred anymore when it comes to product placement.

According to an Imgur user, this is a complaint letter sent to Nike in 1987 about the sporting company’s usage of a Beatles’ song to sell their “Michael Jordan” shoes.

It’s ironic that this guy would complain about things being unsacred when the lines “vacous, malodorous perverts” is an actual reference from a Monty Python sketch.

But that’s beside the point. It’s pretty safe to say that this guy was extremely angry.

Just look at his ending.  I can imagine him dropping a mic while saying that.

Related Posts

One response to “Angry Beatles Fan sends complaint letter to Nike”

  1. justup says:

    how do you know it was a guy who wrote that letter? I’m pretty sure I know who wrote it and it was an 18 year old girl

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *