Pamela Anderson hits beach on Gold Coast
The world's most famous "lifesaver" Pamela Anderson has hit the Gold Coast's world famous beachfront to shoot a TV ad this morning.
The former Baywatch bombshell turned activist looked stunning in a sleek black, full-body wetsuit and has been on the Ultra Tune set for the day alongside ex-AFL star turned Aussie larrikin Warwick Capper, and Ultra Tune's infamous bikini model 'Rubber Girls' who typically feature in the ads.
The controversial ad series, which has previously starred former world champion boxer Mike Tyson and Hollywood bad boy Charlie Sheen rescuing hapless female drivers, typically attracts an avalanche of complaints to Ad Standards for being allegedly sexist.
This time, Sean Buckley - the owner of roadside assist and car repair giant Ultra Tune - hopes to flip that stereotype on its head with Ms Anderson saving the day.
She arrived on the Gold Coast last night after flying into Brisbane Airport where she was greeted by Ultra Tune executive and limo driver Jimmy Seoud with a bunch of welcome flowers.