Today's award goes to the UK's Canal and River Trust. It's apparently been producing a series of maps of canal and river towns in an attempt to bolster tourist interest in Britain's waterways. Unfortunately, its map of historic Berkhamsted has attracted interest for . . . different reasons.
According to the BBC:
The Canal and River Trust map of Berkhamsted features the town's castle, train station and Grand Union Canal.
But while one of the breweries along the canal praised the map as a "great graphic", its shape was compared with male genitalia on social media.
The Canal and River Trust said it might have been "a bit naive" in not noticing its shape prior to publication.
There's more at the link.
I suppose it fits the town's history. After all, Berkhamsted is where Willy-um the Conqueror accepted the keys of London in 1066 . . .