The Septa has finally made her comeback - but it's not what you might expect.

Games of Thrones' stars Hannah Waddingham (aka Septa Unella, the woman who you might remember as the bell clanger whose most notable line was "shame") and Hafthór Júlíus "Thor" Björnsson (better known as Ser Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane) have teamed up to spread a message to the world in the most delightful of ways; a clever, quirky ad.

Released on Monday, the three-minute ad, titled Shame or Glory, uses the iconic 'Shame' scene from season five of the HBO series to educate the world on "plastic shame".

"Shame or Glory is a bit of fun, but Australia's plastic problem is no joke," Bjornsson said.


"Say goodbye to your Aussie plastic shame - ditch plastic water bottles."

According to, the ad is "guaranteed to be the most delightfully weird three minutes of anything you watch today". The ad campaign has been released in multiple languages to help spread the global message.

Game Of Thrones fans have gone into meltdown after the entire plot for season seven reportedly leaked online, according to The Sun.

The show has already become the most-pirated TV series in Hollywood history, and now producers have been rocked by claims the story for the new season has been made public ahead of its debut.

Game of Thrones made history at this year's Emmy Awards, becoming the most awarded scripted television show of all time with 38 wins over its six seasons.

The HBO fantasy series took out the biggest prize of the night with the Best Drama gong and also took out the Best Writing in a Drama series Best Directing in a Drama Series.

"We have the best cast that I think ever has been assembled," executive producer David Benioff said.

And maybe, just maybe, the best ads.