I am currently in a skiing resort, and they have a small grocery store here. I went there to buy some rolling tobacco. I asked for Bonus Red, the cheapest brand. The salesperson said that they do not have it, showed me a package of Pall Mall and told me it is the only rolling tobacco they have. Immediately when I saw the package, I felt an irresistible urge to buy it. So I ended up spending ten cents more on tobacco that I had intended to and fell victim of tobacco advertising big time.
The salesperson broke the law. According to the Finnish law, the salesperson is not allowed to show me a package of certain a brand of tobacco until I have asked for that brand. The salesperson was supposed to give me a list of available brands, and I should have made my choice according to the list.
Of course, the law makes no sense, and this was again one instance to demonstrate that.