(Reuters) - A child casually approaches an office worker on a cigarette break. “Can I get a light?” asks the boy. “Don’t you want to live and play?” comes the shocked reply.
The scene is part of a Thai anti-smoking ad that has gone viral since hitting the Internet last week, jolting some of Thailand’s 13 million smokers to think about kicking the habit.
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