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LogoWatch We're much obliged to the reader (who's wisely chosen to remain anonymous because he really doesn't want to to end up dangling by his 'nads in a Saudi jail) for a fine example of branding wrongness from Riyadh-based UTIT.

The UTIT logo, resembling a breastLet's face it, the name's a cracker, and no messing, but check out the logo for extra jubtastic merriment.

We suspect there's a local law against this kind of thing which requires the offending part be chopped off, but if there isn't, there damn well should be.

We were going to say pints all round for UTIT and its designer, but then again... let's just leave it at a hearty slap on the back for all those concerned. ®

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Al Rjhi Bank logo, resembling male genitaliaIf UTIT's looking for a productive business relationship, might we suggest it flash its credentials at Al Rajhi Bank, which evidently also subscribes to the Carry On school of logo design.

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