A man who watched an old video clip of the BBC's Graham Norton TV show with guests Mark Ruffalo, John Bishop, Rufus Wainwright, and female rapper Nicki Minaj, has said he was a little taken aback by the singer's cleavage.
Moys Kenwood, 57, and old enough to be Minaj's father, said he "stared in wonderment" at the groove between her ample breasts, claiming it resembled the guttering on his house that takes the overflow of rainwater away from his roof.
He also described it as "a deep channel to rival any undersea fissure", getting a bit carried away as he did.
He continued to sing the cleavage's praises:
"Obviously, I don't want to be too graphic, or be labeled 'a pervert', but that lovely, smooth darkened area between her oomlaaters looked as if it might be both wide and deep enough to actually get down into, and have a walk around, which would have been nice."
And went on:
"It's almost certain that one could park one's bike in that groove" he said.
One area of concern for Kenwood was the absolute drivel that Minaj was talking. When Norton asked her what "bees in the trap" meant, she started to speak in what appeared to be coded language.
Norton provided examples from the artist's Nictionary, a collection of 'street words and phrases', for people who like to speak in a way so that other people won't be able to understand them.
But, by that point in the clip, Kenwood was hardly listening, mesmerized, as he was, by her huge rack.