Published: Sat, November 18, 2017
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

US Navy admits aircrew drew phallic drawing in sky

US Navy admits aircrew drew phallic drawing in sky

The phallic outline over Okanogan County in the western USA state of Washington provoked much mirth online.

Contacted by KREM-TV in Spokane, officials at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island admitted that one of its aircraft was responsible.

Navy officials have condemned the actions of a pilot who took to the skies and drew a big phallus over a town in Washington.

Local news outlets said they were contacted by onlookers who had watched a plane draw what appeared to be crude depictions of male genitalia over Okanogan County, which borders Canada, on Thursday afternoon.

Meanwhile on social media, photos of the phallic image continue to circulate.

Residents with children were angered over having to explain what was being drawn in the skywriting.

The Federal Aviation Administration said there was nothing they could do when they spoke with KREM on Thursday.

She called it "the most monumental thing to happen in (Okanogan)". We "cannot police morality", an official at that agency said.

The yet unnamed pilot is based at Whidbey Island naval station and despite it being inarguably good banter, his superiors at the base weren't too happy with him for the drawing.

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