Microsoft Photoshops Out Penis from Bing’s Zlatni Rat Homepage

Lauren Simmonds

Screenshot/The Verge

An incredible beach with a rather X rated piece of sand artistry…

As The Verge reported on the 17th of August, 2017, Microsoft has had to do some photoshopping after a Twitter user noticed something rather explicit drawn into the sand on the ariel photo of Zlatni Rat beach used by the Bing search engine.

A penis, yes, the male sex organ in all its glory (albeit a bit blurry, sorry gals) had been artistically drawn close to Zlatni Rat’s golden shoreline for all to see on Bing’s homepage. It took Andrew Lyle, a developer, to point it out over Twitter before Bing’s attention was caught.

Upon being notified of the X rated (but very accurate) drawing on their homepage, Microsoft was forced to take action and photoshop out the piece of ”art” in order to avoid any upset from unsuspecting Bing searchers who happen to come across the giant reproductive organ while engaging in an innocent web search.

Zlatni Rat is famous for its stunning beauty and it is without a shred of a doubt one of the most beautiful beaches in the whole of Croatia, the fact that it is home (even if just temporarily) to such an accurate, creative piece of art depicting an intricate part of human biology is just another claim to fame.

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