A PHOTO of a scantily clad woman on Jeep Australia's Facebook page has caused a social media storm, with outraged users decrying the company as sexist.
The caption on the photo, which has done the rounds of the internet since at least 2007, read "Defence force budget cuts may not be a bad thing. Surely this Jeep and uniform are less expensive than what is currently used?'
The post was later deleted from the Jeep Australia Facebook page.
When asked about Jeep Australia's suggestion that changing its female uniforms to bikini bottoms and T-shirts would help save money, a spokeswoman for the Australian Defence Force said it had no response.
Fiat Chrysler Australia, Jeep Australia's parent company, did not respond to requests for comment.
...and this is all Wendy and her legions of followers have to worry about?
I can imagine every 2012 version of the Aussie Battle Axe drafting yet another request for a government grant to counter .....how about "attractive women looking sexy and beautiful in a military look alike vehicle whilst wearing a bikini bottom" yeah that's gotta be worth another half mill plus research staff selected sistas and relo's and mother earth only knows how many free lunches and collaborative wimmins collective co operative talk fests and lets talk to our vagina's conferences.