It would be much easier for everyone (users and Adobe employees) if there was a way to quickly and easily report bad images in the stock.adobe.com search results. Currently the only way (as far as I know) to report bad images is to come to this forum and create a new post, which is a hassle, and doesn't facilitate very much quality-control. It would be much easier to remove bad photos before anyone (or anyone else) buys them if we were able to quickly report them.
For example, check out this monstrosity. It looks fine at first, until you look at Michigan and the surrounding states. And there are multiple versions of it. It would be trivially easy to quickly remove images like these if you had an image-reporting system in place.
Fortunately I didn't buy it yet, because I've seen this exact image on ThinkStock and Shutterstock too and knew to be careful.