An old bathroom cleaner commercial has gone viral again. for its disturbing and sexist content. In 2009, Method released a commercial for Shiny Suds. The video begins with a woman greeting a group of animated suds. It cuts to the woman walking into the bathroom where she undresses. She opens the shower curtains and appears visibly shocked as a number of suds greet her. When asked why they are still there, they explain that they are chemical residue left over. "We give you the impression we're clean," one says. "And then we get to watch you clean," another says. According to Ad Age, it was widely criticized for being sexist and condoning rape. The commercial, created by New York-based advertising agency Droga5, was promptly taken down.