Danish shot-putter-turned-politician Joachim B Olsen states, "There is no limit to how far I will go for the nation."
As of late, a Danish government official has taken his campaigning techniques to uncommon lengths in light of the nation's up and coming general elections, utilizing the grown-up website P***hub to promote to his probable followers.
Joachim B. Olsen, a former Olympic shot putter and presently a member of parliament for Denmark's Liberal Alliance party, has taken out an advertisement expressing 'vote in favor of Jokke,' utilizing his nickname, as per CNN.
The rather hilarious advertisement likewise allegedly makes a reference to P***hub's expected purpose, asking users to go vote in favor of Olsen when they are done with their 'task,' As indicated by CNN, P***hub draws 100 million visits every day, with Olsen's local Denmark giving the 28th most noteworthy source of traffic to the site.
The Danish elections are booked for June 5. "Half of the internet is p**n. And you have to be where the voters are. Also on a p**n site,” Olsen stated on Sunday amid a meeting with the Danish Broadcasting Organization.
Talking with another Danish news source, he clarified, "You need to get out everywhere, so we thought it could be amusing with an ad on P***hub. Half the internet is p**n and you need to be where the voters are — including a p**n site. I don't know if there are votes in it. I am well aware that some people are outraged. One cannot say anything today without people being outraged."
CNN reports that Olsen said his battle is '95 percent serious,' with the P***hub promotion essentially being a 'fun feature,' Moreover, he resounded that in a Facebook post on Sunday, composing, as indicated by a translation, "I just hope you get a good laugh. [But] there must also be room for all the serious political messages."
He was elected to the Danish parliament at the 2011 election, representing the Liberal Alliance in the Greater Copenhagen constituency. Prior to taking the office in 2011, Olsen played for Denmark in the 2004 Summer Olympics, where he won a silver medal and likewise in the 2008 Summer Olympics.
With ten straight international finals, Joachim holds the longest string of appearances in finals at Olympic, World and European Championships among throwers. From October 2003, Olsen was coached by former Olympic finalist Vesteinn Hafsteinsson. From February 2007 until Joachim B. Olsen ended his career in July 2009, Olsen was coached by Simon Patrick Stewart.