I must admit, my mind boggled more than somewhat when I read:
I'm not going to reproduce anything from the article here - you can read it at the link if you wish - but it does lend itself to speculation.
- I presume the use of a rooster was an oblique reference to one of the more informal colloquial names for that portion of the male anatomy. If not, would that make it a poultry offense?
- If the artist was drunk at the time, would this be a case of 'coq au vin'?
- I don't want to know whether the cock . . . either cock . . . crowed. So to speak. You should pardon the expression.