Adelaide council’s proposed plan for skate park generates interest on social media

An Adelaide council’s proposed plans for the upgrade of a skate park has generated curiosity on social media, with an artist impression seemingly resembling part of the male anatomy.
The City of Tea Tree Gully, in Adelaide’s north-east, has called out for community consultation in deciding on a redesign of its Bentley Reserve skate park and posted two options online for residents to vote on.
The first concept design was shared by the council on social media yesterday and included an aerial view of the design, with many social media users questioning its shape.
“I’m having a hard time believing this will go ahead,” one user wrote.
“Surely the architect was having a good old laugh with this,” another user wrote.
The council responded with a comment after choosing to remove the post and replacing it with a different picture of the design.
It said the new image would more accurately reflect what people might expect to see.
Full article and image from ABC News

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