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Woman Takes Bikini Photo Only To Realize It Accidentally Features A Very NSFW Optical Illusion

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We've all been there—you go through the motions of taking the perfect pic for social media, only to find when you look at it that your hair is weird or you have something on your face.

But one woman on TikTok, Madi Marotta, had a photo go much more wrong than a simple hair malfunction—she got a whole other *ahem* something extra thanks to a decidedly X-rated optical illusion.

As Marotta said in her video's caption, she was just trying to "take a cute pic on South Beach," but well...


At first blush, the photo looks like a beach picture like any other.

Marotta is posed in a two-piece bathing suit, standing sideways in the bright Miami sun, a white-sand beach and neon turquoise Atlantic stretched out behind her. It's nothing short of idyllic.

That is until you can't help but glance down toward her bikini bottoms, because there seems to be something...sticking out of her bikini bottoms—surely against Miami's public exposure laws!

It turned out to be the arm of a woman sitting in a beach chair several feet behind Marotta at juuuust the right angle to make it look, in Marotta's words, "like my peen is hanging out."

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Of course, Marotta could have just Photoshopped the whole thing, but what's the fun in that? In a follow-up TikTok, Marotta said she also casually slipped the photo into an Instagram album to see if anyone would notice—and they definitely did.

Marotta said an eagle-eyed friend sent her a DM within "five seconds" alerting her to the fact that it "looks like you have d*ck." So there you have it.

Marotta's fellow TikTokers were loving her viral moment.

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Marotta's TikTok has been viewed nearly five million times. Hopefully that's five million people who learn from her mistake that you can't be too careful when lining up your social media shots.