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Bing responded to its elephant-penis homepage in the best possible way

THIS is how you do it.

YESTERDAY, WE BROUGHT you the urgent and horrifying news that the Bing homepage featured a large, swinging elephant penis.

Bing has now addressed this alarming development, in the greatest possible way.

Here’s the original homepage:

Following this revelation, Bing swiftly moved to address the issue. In an (unsolicited) statement to, the search engine said:

The elephant in question apologises for the wardrobe malfunction and has adjusted his attire appropriately.

And sent this image:

Thus rescuing the fragile modesty of thousands of search engine users.

Bing’s homepage today is a nice neutral blue corridor.

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