Newmarket, Ont., is making headlines this week — for a building built in 1951.
But thanks to a Google satellite image of the Newmarket Health Centre, people are looking at the building in a whole new — ahem, “revealing” — way.
U.K. news outlets were the first to discover that the bird’s-eye view of the facility appears to show a spread-eagle, anatomically correct male.
A gazebo structure built between the building’s “legs” is what’s triggering most of the giggles.
“The Newmarket Health Centre in Ontario, Canada ‘bares’ an uncanny resemblance to a spreadeagled man – complete with swinging manhood,” reported the Express.
A photo of the building even ended up in Playboy.
Locals believe the building took its unique shape by acident. But is this true?
We’d go straight to the source but unfortunately the Region of York, which owns the building, has been unable to track down the centre’s original architect.
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