They have been mocked on TV, but accidentally adult BC Ferries signs are still on hold for now

They have been mocked on TV, but accidentally adult BC Ferries signs are still on hold for now

BC Ferries’ mandatory mask signs that were mocked late at night this week won’t be around forever, but there’s still a chance warnings against unnecessary travel will be bypassed and you’ll be able to see them in person.

Graphic design (ahem) aims to illustrate the side of a person’s head with a mask wrapped around the ear. But a closer look reveals a striking similarity to one of the more intimate aspects of male anatomy.

Author Peter Meszner referred to the unseen number for the first time, describing it in a tweet last weekend as “eye catching”.

The gag arrived on The Late Late Show with James Corden, with the host jokingly, “Sorry, I can’t hear you, I have a penis in my ear.”

There was talk earlier this week of replacing the design with something less provocative, but the ferry company made it clear that the signs don’t come off right away.

“We will change it in due course. You don’t have an appointment yet,” BCFirez spokeswoman Deborah Marshall told CBC in an email.

Of course, County Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry advised that no one should travel for non-essential purposes for at least the next two weeks.

BC Ferries requires anyone who does not need to travel to change or cancel their reservations. In the event that this is not clear from the sign, masks are still mandatory on board.

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