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NSFW We're obliged to the anonymous reader who's just tipped us off that anyone tempted to do a Yahoo! image search for "franchise" will get a bit more than nice pictures of Starbucks:

Yahoo! image search results for 'franchise'

For the sake of common decency, we've pixellated the offending images, which are topped by a fine study of a young lady entertaining a horse, another not-so-young lady (without legs, for the love of all that's Holy) entertaining a chap, and a young man with an improbably large appendage lounging about on a boat.

All the top search results come from the same domain, although mercifully any attempt to click on them gets a "you don't have permission to access..." message.

If you want to try this search for yourselves, be warned that it really is NSFW. ®

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Yes, that's right: SafeSearch is OFF, but the results are the same with it ON. Blimey.

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