Maverick US pilot annoys navy top guns with phallic sky drawing

Maverick US pilot annoys navy top guns with phallic sky drawing

A US Navy pilot had his wings clipped after drawing the outline of a penis in the sky with his plane’s contrail.

The phallic sky image caused a lot of amusement on social media, but the US Navy failed to see the funny side.

The pilot was from the Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Washington state and the aircraft used was a Boeing EA-18G.

Thomas Mills, a spokesperson for the base, told the BBC:  "From a Navy standpoint, we do hold our aircrew to the highest standards and this is absolutely unacceptable.

"It has zero training value and the aircrew is being held accountable."

Local resident Ramone Duran told the Seattle PI: 'After it made the circles at the bottom, I knew what it was and started laughing,

"It was pretty funny to see that ... You don't expect to see something like that."

The BBC reported in August this year, an RAF fighter pilot drew a 35-mile penis on radars monitoring skies over Lincolnshire, England.

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