BUPA would no doubt claim that this TV ad citing an example (fact or fiction?) where "a spot of jazz" is prescribed in a BUPA care home to help a patient deal with dementia is harmless, rather funny, or possibly even good publicity broadening the audience for jazz.
So tell me. Am the only person getting riled by the association: the jazz fan seen as someone likely to be in a care home? If so, please go ahead, it will only take three LondonJazz readers to have me sectioned under under the UK's 1983 Mental Health Act.
If not, the Advertising Standards Authority's complaints procedure is HERE