Tom Cruise mocked over photo of his space station because it looks VERY naughty
A NEW space station for Tom Cruise to shoot movies on has caused jaws to drop for all the wrong reasons.
What should have been a moment to marvel has turned into a laughing stock after people noticed the design looks a lot like a sex toy.
With a stick-like structure and a round knob on the end, it's easy to see why some have compared it to a magic wand vibrator.
"Can we discuss how their space station is apparently a Hitachi magic wand that got glued to some lightsabers?" one humoured observer said on Twitter.
"So I guess with this design they promised a pleasurable experience for cast and crew?" another mocked.
The Mission Impossible actor wants to shoot a film aboard the module, which is meant to join the International Space Station (ISS) by late 2024.
Space Entertainment Enterprise (SEE), the UK firm behind it, are working on the peculiar pod project for movies and TV shows to be made on 250 miles above Earth.
It'll also be used to host sporting events and for nutty influencers who fancy doing live streams aboard.
The magic wand was made famous by Hitachi in the '60s and has been a staple for ladies' pleasure in the bedroom ever since.
It was originally intended to relieve muscles but became famous after late US sexpert Betty Dodson recommended it.
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Space studio to launch in 2024
The SEE-1, as the space studio is called, will launch in late 2024 and dock with the world’s-first commercial space station, Axiom Station, which itself will be connected to the ISS.
It'll be an inflatable module that can stretch up to six meters in diameter.
"SEE-1 is an incredible opportunity for humanity to move into a different realm and start an exciting new chapter in space,” said co-founders Dmitry and Elena Lesnevsky.
Richard Johnston, chief operating officer at SEE added: “From Jules Verne to Star Trek, science fiction entertainment has inspired millions of people around the world to dream about what the future might bring.
"Creating a next generation entertainment venue in space opens countless doors to create incredible new content and make these dreams a reality.”
In other news, personalised smart guns, which can be fired only by verified users, may finally become available to U.S. consumers this year.
Tech giant Microsoft is trying to make the world more woke by rolling out an “inclusiveness” checker in its Word software.
And a federal anti-trust case against Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, has been given the go-ahead.
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