UEFA has been forced to confirm it does not produce sex toys after it emerged that the mascot for Euro 2016, Super Victor, shares a name with a sexual aid.
The mascot is a young boy wearing a cape with superpowers, and the character adorns much of the merchandise UEFA has produced for the France tournament.
However, as noted by the Times' Martyn Ziegler, a Google search for Super Victor can return some shocking, and wildly differing, results:
A UEFA spokesman had little to say in response other than to make assurances there was no connection between the two products, per the Guardian's Owen Gibson: "All we can say is that they [the sex aids] are not produced by UEFA."
Per Gibson, the character was unveiled in November 2014, but he was only named after Super Victor won a public vote.
The other potential options were Driblou and Goalix, and UEFA officials are now likely wishing Super Victor had not been the voting public's choice.