Toyota Has Registered 18 Versions Of Star Jumps As Trademarks But Jetstar Is Contesting 12 More

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Toyota and Qantas’ budget carrier Jetstar are in a legal battle over who can register the most star jumps.

Both of them have people doing star jumps in their ads, and both have tried to block variations of the calisthenic movement being trademarked by the other, according to Fairfax.

Jetstar only cares about securing the rights to straight-leg star jumps.

“We are not concerned about the bent-knee star jumps,” a spokesperson told Fairfax Media.

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