Pepsi's infamous Kendall Jenner ad barely lasted a day. But it clearly left a mark on the world.
During a city council meeting in Portland, Oregon Wednesday night, a man went on a rant that was eventually interrupted by Mayor Ted Wheeler, The Oregonian reports.
So, naturally, the man, identified as Carlos Enrique, walked toward Wheeler and handed him a Pepsi. City police then escorted Enrique away, but Wheeler took the Pepsi anyway, even as he warned Enrique it was "not a good move."
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Not a smart move. I do appreciate it, but don't do that again.
Enrique said the "language of resistance has not been properly translated to you" as he handed Wheeler the Pepsi, clearly referencing the ad where Jenner hands a police officer a Pepsi and diffuses an apparent protest scene.
Pepsi issued this statement on Wednesday after pulling the ad: "Pepsi was trying to project a global message of unity, peace and understanding. Clearly we missed the mark, and we apologize." The company also apologized to Jenner.