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    In its new ad campaign, a lingerie brand based in Berlin, Germany, has humorously referred to the scandal involving whistleblower Edward Snowden and the NSA leaks.

    In one image for , a scantily clad model poses alongside a banner that reads: 'Dear Edward Snowden, there's still a lot to uncover'. Another racy advertisement says: 'Dear NSA, intimates - don't spy them, buy them!'

    Unlikely muse: German lingerie brand Blush Berlin humorously makes reference to Edward Snowden and the NSA leaks in a racy new ad campaign

    Don't spy them: On the brand's website, a message reads: 'Dear Edward Snowden, Instead of hanging around in Moscow or Ecuador, why don't you come to blush Berlin? We offer you the best asylum you can have'

    On the lingerie brand's page, a message reveals its stance on the scandal. 'Dear Edward, take good care! We are with you!' it says in German.

    'Dear Edward Snowden, Instead of hanging around in Moscow or Ecuador, why don't you come to blush Berlin?' it says, referring to his attempts to seek asylum in various countries.

    'We offer you the best asylum you can have. We have a bed wholesale fashion dresses and champagne. And we really treat the intimates of other people with great care.'

    Currently in Moscow, Snowden recently abandoned his bid for asylum in Russia after Vladimir Putin said that he would have to stop leaking the secrets of 'our American partners' if he were to stay.

    Last month, breakfast chain Denny's published an ad with a picture of a computer, alongside the words: 'Denny's knows what you crave before they do'.