AFootage of a penis-shaped iceberg captured by engineer Ken Pretty with a drone off the coast of Newfoundland in Harbor Grace, Canada on April 27 is making waves on social media.
Nicknamed “dickie berg” by Internet users, a pun on the word penis in English, the photos of the iceberg have been around the world. “I get a lot of responses, a lot of reactions to the photo because of how it looks like… part of the male anatomy, shall we say,” Dildo City’s Ken joked in an interview with the website. from CBC. .
To Canadian newspaper Daily Hive, the engineer said it was hard to tell what the iceberg looked like from the ground, but when he saw it with the drone, he knew it was not a ordinary iceberg. “As soon as I saw it I knew I would have comments on the photo as soon as I posted it, but I had no idea it would go viral,” he said.
Ken said he was lucky he arrived at the exact moment to capture the footage. “It melts systematically,” he said. Moreover, the day after the day he was photographed with this format, the top collapsed, according to The Guardian.
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