It's the same guy from the "banned" skittles commercial, and it says in both videos that it's not affiliated with the Wrigley (skittles) or Hershey's (reeces) corporations. I'm not really sure what they're trying to do or prove here.. I don't watch much TV but there are some generally weird candy commercials that mostly come on during Adult Swim that appeal to stoners, and those Old Spice ads are just plain fucked up most of the time (often pretty funny).
I'm not saying that these guys aren't funny (the skittles one still makes me laugh) but to say that something is banned only to say that it's not isn't going to further your comedy career any more than entice people to buy a product based off a real banned commercial, like a Durex condom ad that goes a little too far or something.
I see this stuff on Facebook all the time and it normally says "banned" or "unaired" so no worries. They're well done at least, and do poke fun at the unnecessary need to make candy commercials all 3dgy, like it's really necessary. I'm not going to choose twizzlers over red vines because their commercial had a cool commercial where the candies turn into Cthulhu, but that's the way the people who make the ads think.
So.. Does that mean Fatal Farm's Oreos commercials weren't real? Because Weiden Kennedy is a real ad agency.