Kissing Ban at U.K. Train Station Sparks Protest Ads From Romance Publisher
Virgin has banned public displays of affection at one of its rail stations in the north of England, which attracted a lot of press attention. The company decided kissing was delaying the trains and so put up a "no kissing" sign on the platform and introduced a "kissing zone" outside the station.
Now Mills & Boon, an iconic publisher of romantic novels, has launched a "kiss goodbye to no kissing" protest against the decision with the help of its advertising agency, St Luke's.