Good morning fellow web users! When you opened your favourite search engine this morning, by which I mean Microsoft's Bing, did you happen to notice the seemingly gigantic drawing of a penis etched into the sunny beach on the homepage? No?
Well, luckily for you, I happened to take a screenshot, which you can review in detail below. As you can see, the alleged dick-and-balls drawing is gigantic.
Look at the size of it compared to the nearby beach towels and parasols—the presumed phallus is larger than a beach chair. It's remarkable, kind of like one of those humongous ancient geoglyphs in the Nazca Desert of Peru.
According to a Quora answer by someone who claims to work at Microsoft, the background image for Bing changes daily. It's not entirely clear how whoever chose today's image missed what appears to be an artist's rendition of male genitalia the size of a pool bar, but we've reached out to the company to comment.
We'll update when we hear back.
UPDATE: At around 12:30 PM EST it appears as though Microsoft photoshopped the penis out of the Bing homepage. We still have not received comment from the company. Bing? More like... BOOOIIIINNNNGGGGG.
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