Politicians and leaders zip across their jurisdiction all the time and meet with businesses and regular folk.
Sometimes it's to curry favour with a particular industry or simply just to lend and ear and hear about what's happening on the ground.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited Dicker Data last week to to mark the opening of their new $74 million distribution centre in Kurnell.
The technology hardware distributor wrote on Facebook: "Our team had the pleasure of hosting The Hon. Scott Morrison, Prime Minister of Australia and Federal Member for Cook for the official opening of our brand new facilities in Kurnell.
"Accompanied by David Dicker, Fiona B. and our Executive team, the Prime Minister visited our office space, warehouse and configuration centre.
"The opening ceremony and official cutting of the ribbon took place in front of some of our longest serving employees and many others whom reside in the local electorate."
It seemed to be a fantastic event, however images of the Prime Minister meeting with people from the company have popped up on social media and it's very unfortunate.
It's unfortunate for Scott Morrison mainly because it shows part of the company's cropped out name appearing above the PM's head to say Dick.
The full photo shows the company's branding of Dicker is above Scott Morrison's head however the one doing the rounds on Twitter at least are poking fun at our leader.
Considering the Prime Minister has suffered in the polls lately due to a litany of issues, the timing couldn't be worse.
The moment has also sparked other famous photos of politicians standing next to signs and the photographer capturing something entirely different.
There was a time in 2015 when former Prime Minister Tony Abbott stood outside a Reject shop, however the photographer only captured The Reject above the then-leader's head.
Or when radio broadcaster and TV commentator Alan Jones stood in front of a massive banner that read COUNT and his head was unfortunately in front of the 'O' to make a very naughty word.
Featured Image Credit: Dicker Data
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