BBC Viewers In Hysterics As Storm Dennis Weather Map Looks Like A Penis
Anyone who has attempted to go outdoors in the current windy, torrential rainstorm will agree with me when I say Storm Dennis is a bit of dick.
No, seriously. It’s quite literally a dick.
Well, that’s according to the BBC’s hilarious weather map, which revealed the storm was ravaging the west coast of the UK, while forming the shape of a rather large phallus.
Go on then, have a cheeky little look here:
Suddenly Dennis the Menace has an entirely new meaning.
More than 300 flood warnings have been issued across the UK as winds soared to more than 90ph on Saturday, February 15, with 142mm of rain recorded in Wales.
The 1,200 mile wide penis shape, which lingered over most of Wales, left BBC viewers understandably baffled, with many taking to Twitter to share the hilarity.
‘Very worrying in Wales from the BBC. Storm Dennis, more like Storm Penis,’ one user joked, while another added, ‘Be careful if you’re in Wales today. Something strange in the sky…’
Another warned, ‘be careful out there, people, potential giant penis to cover South Wales today.’ Now, that would be pretty terrifying.
‘Storm Dennis has drawn a massive cock and balls over Wales,’ a fourth joked, adding, ‘at least it has a sense of humour.’
‘Is it just me or is the BBC weather claiming that wales will be hit by a giant Amber penis today ?’ another asked.
On a serious note, the Met Office has issued a red ‘danger to life’ weather warning for those living in South Wales for the first time since 2015, as a result of the flooding risk associated with the heavy downpours. The rest of the country is also said on be on high alert.
The storm has already shut many roads and flooded railways today, February 16, with 198 flood warnings requiring immediate action already in place by 7am.
A further 326 flood alerts were issued telling people to be prepared, from an area of Scotland’s River Tweed to the rivers of west Cornwall.
Train services have been suspended all across South Wales after tracks were submerged by rainfall, while the line between Long Eaton and Derby has also been closed.
In a statement, the Met Office said ‘extensive flooding to homes and businesses is likely’, adding that ‘communities could be cut off by floodwater, perhaps for several days.’
Here’s to hoping everyone stays safe in the dangerous weather conditions.
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