Coca Cola 2009 Super Bowl Commercial, Heist
This Super Bowl 2009 ad features a heist performed by nature’s insects. As a man takes a nap at the park, a lady bug comes across the man’s Coca-Cola bottle sitting in the grass. When the lady bug lands on the lid of the Coca-Cola bottle, the rest of the insects look up and decide to follow. A group of bees flies toward the bottle and lands on one side to make the bottle tip over. A group of grasshoppers begins to push the bottle with the legs. As the bottle rolls down the grass, it falls into a creek and lands on a lily pad. As the heist continues, butterflies stack up against each other to create the Coca-Cola bottle shape. As the insects have successfully stolen the Coca-Cola bottle, a rhinoceros beetle cracks it open. The sound of the bottle opening wakes the man at the park. As he reaches to grab what he believes to be his Coke, the butterflies fly away.