A strange URL shows up within Google search results (see image). I was under the impression that this type of URL can’t be indexed since it is not properly formed. But I guess even with a badly formed URL that I suspect came out of a wrongly coded HTML (ampersands within a line break
tag), search engine spiders can retrieve it if it has an href attribute.
To me, it doesn’t highlight Google’s Easter Egg feature, but an HTML coder’s mistake.
First noticed at SE Roundtable.