US Navy admits to have depicted male genitalia in the sky

This image is for use with this specific article only** Navy officials were faced with an unusual controversy after residents of Okanogan County Washington noticed a sky drawing many said looked like male genitalia on Thursday. CREDIT Mass

United States Navy was left embarrassed on Friday after one of its pilots drew an enormous phallus in the sky, using the condensation trails from his Navy EA-18G Growler warplane in Washington, according to reports. A penis, KREM2 reported.

Images of the ballsy pilot's creation above Okanogan in central Washington quickly got a rise on social media.

The FAA told the station that there was nothing they could do unless there was a safety risk and that they "couldn't police morality".

"The Navy apologizes for this irresponsible and immature act", she added.

'We have grounded the aircrew and are conducting a thorough investigation - and we will hold those responsible accountable for their actions. The carrier-based aircraft could carry two crew members, a pilot and a weapons system officer.

Residents of Okanogan County, Wash., sent photos of the obscene skywritings to KREM. Bystanders who witnessed the event said it took the him around five minutes to complete the crude drawing.

"After seeing circles at the bottom, I knew what it was and started laughing", Duran said.

"I thought it was pretty amusing, and so did he" she said.

While some residents were upset by the drawing, others found it pretty amusing. One mother was anxious that she'd have to explain the inappropriate image to her young children. "A lot of people have been talking about it".

Vice Adm. Mike Shoemaker, in a written statement, said "sophomoric and immature antics of a sexual nature have no place in Naval aviation today".

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