The traditional English suet pudding Spotted Dick has been renamed Spotted Richard by canteen staff at Flintshire County Council offices in North Wales. The reason is that a small number of diners were wont to make childish comments.
The origin of Dick, meaning pudding, is uncertain. The Oxford English Dictionary just says it is a dialect or local word. It's possible that dick is a corruption of the word dough. Another theory is that it is an alteration of 'spotted dog' because the dessert looks like a Dalmation or spotty dog. The spotted bit in the name refers to the currants dotted throughout.
According to this Daily Mail article, Flintshire Council is not the first organisation to object to the name Spotted Dick. Tesco apparently renamed the pudding a few years ago as they claimed that women shoppers were embarrassed asking for Spotted Dick. What nonsense! Whoever asks for anything in Tesco? It's a self-service store with no assistants to be seen on the shop floor.
Do read the comments in the Mail article; some of them are very witty, for instance those calling to mind other culinary delicacies eg Bakewell tart, faggots, coq au vin and cock-a-leekie, as well as those referring to the council staff as Richard-heads.
If you don't know what Spotted Dick is, here's a photo and a recipe. This one is accompanied by lemon sauce; custard is probably the more usual accompaniment.