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People living on a UK street fear house prices could suffer after Google Earth images showed their estate resembles a giant penis.

Locals in Hoylake, Wirral, fear potential house-hunters wouldn’t want to buy a property in the phallic-shaped area reports the Daily Telegraph.

Was this just a flimsy excuse by the Telegraph to publish a photo of a cock? Surely not – this must be a very real threat to property prices. The tip of a GOOGLE EARTH COCK THREAT that could ruin the property industry.

Let’s look at some other examples of how this threat should be worrying homeowners worldwide.

1. These roads might make for excellent traffic flow, but would YOU buy a house near these balls? (via)

2. The danger of accidentally buying a home on a peninsula (penisinsula, obviously). (via)


3. As well as the cock-shaped streets, buildings are a threat as well. (via)

4. Even farmers, like this one on the Isle of Wight, aren’t safe from the GOOGLE EARTH COCK THREAT. (via)

5. It’s not just streets or buildings that look like cocks, in 2009 a teenager added a roof-schlong to this West Berkshire mansion after ‘watching a progamme about Google Earth’. (via)

6. Google Earth Cocks are not just a threat to property in the U.K – in New Zealand some students used weed killer to create these lawn-lengths. (via)

7. The GOOGLE EARTH COCK THREAT even affects parks and recreational areas. (via)

8. And this peaceful, but ultimately cock-shaped, island in a lake in Denmark (via)

9. Just remember, you could be far worse off than living a street that looks like a cock, or having a dick painted on your roof. You could live here. (via)


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