We wouldn't have believed people dancing on public transportation could get any worse, but there's the proof.
The commercial continues depicting other kidults hanging about, continuing to exist in spite of all that is good in the universe. But when bad things happen, you have to remember that everything can always be worse. For example, here's the rest of the commercial:
Leaving the viewer wondering if he's seconds from veering into the creepiest PSA ever.
The worst part is that they clearly did their best to find three women with small breasts and slimmer builds. You know, like "real" adult/kid hybrids would have, suggesting that someone worked long hours figuring out what cup size to give a bunch of mutant babies. In news that surprised no one except for the suspiciously mustachioed guy who first suggested hot baby-adults, the ad ended up being one of the most controversial commercials in Aussie TV history. Vodafone defended their campaign by claiming that putting faces of toddlers on adult bodies was meant to symbolize a person's "inner child," which we're pretty sure is the exact defense Mr. Mustache uses when people see his search history.