Australian citizens could hardly contain their laughter despite terrible weather due to weather maps showing a storm pattern perfectly shaped like the male sex organ.
Photo by: Jacqui Barker [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons
The weather system's unusual shape is it approached Toowoomba from Armidale bore a remarkable resemblance to a male sex organs.
Brisbane resident Nicko Mickle first took notice on a weather website and felt compelled to capture the moment. "Crazy storm on its way to Queensland," Mickle said, "looks likes old Toowoomba is about to cop a flogging, too."
The weather was legitimately harsh, but the hilarity of its satellite imaging made it impossible to ignore the joke.
Resident Jake Cotter remained concerned about Dalby, which he said was in the "firing range" of the distinctly shaped storm.
Resident Jamie Spear imitated a local weather reporter, remarking, "Looks like strong penetration rapidly moving in likely to produce extreme wet and windy conditions throughout the inner regions."
Finally, after all of the jokes and the appreciation of an ephemeral yet indelible image left on the minds of Australians everywhere, the Bureau of Meteorology explained that the weather was expected to be mostly sunny rather soon with little more than a slight chance of drizzle the following afternoon and evening.