Basketball bad boy Dennis Rodman -- known for his outrageous behavior, including kicking a sports photographer, frequently changing hair color and wearing wedding dresses for publicity -- walks into the Helping Hands Thrift Store.
The older woman behind the desk watches with pleasure as the big box is carried in.
"Hello, I'd like to make a donation," says Rodman, sporting blond hair in the commercial. The contents of the box are dumped onto the counter, including a spiked dog collar, leather whip, feather boa, and other items. Her eyebrows raise in surprise at the assorted items. With a big, cheesy smile, he announces, "I'm a changed man."
Examining the dog collar, she says, "I see."
The announcer then says, "Hoping to get an Advantix camera this Christmas? Better be on your best behavior."
The implication is that wearing dog collars, feather boas and other accessories is "bad."