Universal Music didn’t f*ck around with music piracy in Brazil

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Geez Louise, what did Brazil ever do to Universal Music?

While I’m sure we’ve all seen anti-piracy ads distributed by music companies before, I seriously doubt that you’ve ever seen anything like the ones Universal Music put out in Brazil in 2007.

Digital Music News (via Boing Boing) dug up some of the disturbing ads and let’s just say that you may want view them on an empty stomach.

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