US Navy confirms its jets drew penises in the sky

Casey Dawson
November 18, 2017

The U.S. Navy says a flight crew who drew a phallic symbol over a Washington town will face punishment.

Those were the words on the lips of residents in Washington State yesterday after a US Navy pilot made a decision to take a page out every schoolboy's book, and draw a penis in the sky.

Residents of Okanogan County, Wash., sent photos of the obscene skywritings to KREM.

Officials from the Naval Air Station at Whidbey Island said one of their airplanes was involved in the incident, according to KREM. "[We] can not police morality", the FAA rep said.

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In case there was any doubt, the US Navy has confirmed that there is "zero training value" in drawing genitalia in the sky.

"An investigation into this flight will be conducted and if appropriate, the aviator (s) responsible will be held accountable", officials wrote.

Meanwhile, the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that they can not do anything about phallic sky drawings unless there is some sort of proven safety risk.

One woman reportedly complained that she might have to explain the celestial penis drawing to her young children. An official said unless the act poses a safety risk, there is nothing they can do about it.

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