We all know that bees do it, but an official Honey Nut Cheerios website aimed at kids has caused a stir after inadvertently advertising that point for all to see.

According to General Mills, some prankster hacked the brand's Honey Defender web game-- which allows children to make their own Cheerios-themed comics -- and made the panels in the "hot comic of the week" spell out the word 'sex." Not only that, but if you look closely at the photo above, you will see that in the other panels the Honey Nut Cheerios honey bee mascot is engaged is a series of pretty explicit double entendres-like poses.

While the offending comic was quickly removed, screen shots last forever.

[via TMZ]