If you were shopping for Gatorade in Longmont, Colorado today, you might have sensed something was a bit amiss. Gatorade, long represented by Tiger Woods, was the target of an unusual art project. Well, the creator calls it pop art; the Food and Drug Administration may call it tampering or adulteration. Over 1000 bottles of Tiger Woods’ Tiger-flavored Gatorade are now Tiger Woods’ Unfaithful Gatorade, after Longmont native Jason Kay helped relabel the bottles in several Colorado grocery stores.
Nobody is sure if the bottles inside were tampered with, but I’d say not. This doesn’t seem to be some sort of attack on Pepsico; this is more a statement about Tiger Woods and his lack of morals/abundance of mistresses. Still, the grocery stores and the FDA pulled the bottles from the shelves, just to be safe. As for Tiger? Last I heard, Eldrick was going into sex rehab to try and save his marriage/image.
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