GOOD things come to those who wait, says the latest spectacular TV advert for Guinness.
But people in the remote Argentine village where it was filmed have never tasted a drop of the famous Irish stout.
And tourists making a Guinness drinkers' pilgrimage can't buy a pint anywhere.
Shot in the northern mountain enclave of Iruya, the ad features all 1000 inhabitants.
Called Tipping Point, it begins with just one domino, which sets off a chain reaction of cascading objects, from wardrobes to cars toppling through the streets.
The climax sees 10,000 black and white books sculpted into a giant pint glass, each opening in turn to look like a pint of Guinness is being poured.
Iruya cafe owner Cesar Luis Arturo, 36, said hordes of tourists were pouring in for a pint of stout, but they were leaving disappointed.
He said: "We are now famous for something we don't have."
Guinness lovers Phillip and Jackie Green travelled from Liverpool hoping to enjoy a pint in the "domino town".
Jackie, 48, said: "Phil wanted to brag to his mates about having a pint in the village. He was very disappointed."
Guinness marketing manager Paul Cornell said: "Sadly, Iruya does not have the infrastructure to support our draught products."
source -The Daily Record
Isn't that sad.