‘A new Australian ad campaign is seeking to reduce road deaths by questioning the manhood of speeding drivers.
The series of TV ads shows women shaking their little finger – a gesture used to symbolise a small penis – as speeding male motorists race past.
The campaign aims to make speeding socially unacceptable among young drivers, reports the BBC.
The “Speeding. No-one Thinks Big of You” campaign will run on TV, in cinemas, at bus shelters and online.’