A giant 100ft penis has appeared on a mountain in Wales - and is quickly becoming a tourist attraction after going viral on social media.
The phallic symbol has appeared on the Clwydian Hills at Llandegla, and has left locals slightly bemused, as well as amused.
According to the Mirror, tractors are often used to cut tracks out of the bracken to help wildlife in what is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The farmers create a patchwork scenery often appreciated by walkers that follow the 177-mile Offa's Dyke footpath from Presatyn to the Severn Estuary every year.
But they've been left baffled by the recent addition the landscape.
Speaking to the Daily Post, one farmer said: "It's very artistic and it is very clever, but it is not the sort of thing that I would like to cut out of the mountain for all to see.
"I don't know if someone has done it as a joke or whether it was accidental.
"But it looks like the real thing from down below."
Of course, pictures of the penis have hit Twitter.
At the Mountain Bike Centre in Llandegla, which is opposite the symbol, owner Ian Owen said it had been pointed out to him by a neighbour who took a photo of it and put it on Twitter.
According to the Metro, he said: "It's created quite a lot of interest. I saw it as I was leaving work. It think it's excellent, quite funny.
"It's good for Llandegla to be famous for something.
"It is putting us on the map like the large chalk man and chalk horse on the mountains in Dorset and Warwickshire."
Photographer Andrew Price said he was quite shocked to see it while driving from Ruthin to Wrexham, adding: "There it was, very large for all to see, It must be about 100 feet high.
"They tell me it is becoming something of a local tourist attraction."