The larder of innocent, functional things which resemble human genitalia is ever growing.
Take this tourist map of a Hertfordshire town, which is enjoying a flurry of publicity thanks to the fact it is shaped rather like a penis.
Commissioned by the Canal and River Trust, the colourful diagram guides visitors around Berkhamsted and doubles as fodder for dick jokes on social media.
The Canal and River Trust map of Berkhamsted
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A spokesman for the trust said the shape of the map had not been noticed until it was pointed out by members of the public.
He told the BBC: “This is one of about 100 maps we’ve been promoting.
“You could accuse us of being a bit naïve but canals are long, straight things, and when you draw a map it tends to be that sort of shape.”
A further rogue penis appeared via Google Earth last year in the guise of a Merseyside estate, with resident Carl Hodge admitting: “You can’t argue because it really does look like just a man’s cock and balls.”
Big willy style: A trio of streets in Merseyside as seen on Google Earth
It was also recently realised the stadium where Qatar will host the World Cup in 2022 resembles a vagina.
The Al-Wakra stadium in Qatar, where the 2022 World Cup will be held
A vertical slit and symmetrical wrinkles serve only to enhance the likeness of the Al-Wakrah building to the female genitalia.
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