Internet users ridiculed the English city map of Berkhamsted, located in the county of Hertfordshire.In the form of a card , which was made by order of the authorities, active Internet users spotted the male sexual organ, the newspaper The Independent.
The most heated debate unfolded image of the English city in the vast social network Facebook. On the map can be seen the town’s castle, railway station and the Grand Union Canal. It is the channel map and gave an elongated characteristic shape.“Looks like pipiska, hee-hee,” – wrote on his Facebook page, one of the members.
Map of Berkhamsted, where the British in 1066 lost the battle William the Conqueror, created by order of the Company’s canals and rivers of Great Britain in 2013 for the purpose of advertising these same rivers and canals, which are considered a national treasure.
According to the representative of society Simon Salem, who was quoted bythe BBC , in the organization no one would have noticed the trick, if not big-eyed users of social networks. “This is one of hundreds of cards that we advertised,” – he said.
“She really has the shape of a penis, as rightly argued on Facebook, but we somehow did not notice it! Of course, we can blame a certain naivety, but what to do if many of the channels on the map have a characteristic shape. If owing to this circumstance visit our channel at least one extra person, that’s good, “- said Salem.