An office in Iceland has been forced to warn tourist that it is not a penis museum.
The Reykjavik's Icelandic Phallogical Museum gets thousands of visitors each year but The Reykjavik International Film Festival, which shares the same office space as the museum, was forced to erect a sign telling tourists that it's not the right place.
The post, which was uploaded onto Twitter, reads: "This is not the penis museum.
"You can't miss it. It has a big penis logo. Sincerely, the people who work here. (sic)"
Jonatan Van Hose - creator of the sign - went on to tell Newsweek he had to act after being asked around three times a day.
He said: "It was on the second floor, so they'd come in through the two front doors, climb the stairs, somehow find my office, which was the closest to the door, and they would ask, 'Excuse me, is this the penis museum?'
"Some people were too embarrassed to ask about it. Others would ask me super-seriously about the phallogical museum."