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2012-06-15 09:29
Los Angeles – A new heart-warming Coca-Cola video ad made up of security camera footage, has become a viral, reports The Huffington Post.

The campaign insists that people "look at the world a little differently" by offering up sweet, funny, whimsical and moving clips of CCTV footage from around the world.

The new ad is made up of all the "sweet, everyday moments" that people miss, and not the usual footage one would associate with security camera footage like burglaries, fights and accidents.

Soundtracking the ad is the 1977 song Give A Little Bit by band Supertramp as candid footage of people helping each other, people kissing, dancing and sharing a Coke unfold.

The 91-second clip has already attracted nearly two million views on Youtube in the four days since it went live on Monday.

According to a Coca-Cola spokesperson, the ad is meant to "elicit those warm, fuzzy feelings".

Watch the advertisement here:

*As sweet as this ad is, some viewers doubt its authenticity. Do you think some, if not all, of this footage was staged? E-mail us your thoughts now and get published!

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