Thomas Cook Has Cocked Up Its New Plane Paint Job
Someone has made a bit of a cock up when it comes to the paint job on the brand-new Thomas Cook planes.
The holiday company has undergone a huge transformation lately as it attempts to draw in a younger group of holiday-makers and it has certainly caught our attention.
Thomas Cook has gone for a new look with some of its planes by painting 'I [heart] Cook's Club' - which is obviously a reference to the name of the company... but it actually says something entirely different when the plane's emergency door is open.
The plane appears to say 'I [heart] Cock's Club' instead and we hope everyone else finds this is ridiculous and amusing as us.
After pictures of the hilarious blunder started doing the rounds on Twitter, Reddit and Facebook, Thomas Cook confirmed that the mistake was genuinely, but thankfully they were able to see the funny side.
A spokesperson said: "It goes without saying it's an accident, but it is one way to highlight where the emergency exit is."
Thomas Cook aren't the first to make a hilariously rude blunder like this as one mum knows only too well how an innocent message can turn X-rated.
The sweet mum wanted to mark the occasion of her son heading off to uni by baking him a delicious good luck cake, but unfortunately it turned out to be a little more rude than she ever planned.
Her hilarious mishap was then shared on the SubReddit Casual UK by a friend of the poor mum, under the username of u/Yellow-SP.
She shared a photo of the sponge cake with the message "Good luck @ uni" plastered across it in bright blue icing across it, but many users pointed out that it actually looks more like "Good luck c**t." Dear, oh dear.
One amused user wrote: "Delighted to see the little sh*t finally leave after eighteen long years," while another added: "Bake him a cake. Give him a slap on the back. Then kick that c**t off to uni."
Another user joked: "Absolute gold - when you head say 'Good Luck @ Uni,' but your heart says 'Get the f*ck out of my house."
Featured Image Credit: Thomas Cook