Investigation into pilot that drew a massive sky penis finds the boys were just having a laugh

funny shit 16/05/2019

"Draw a giant penis. That would be awesome"

Remember when a pilot drew a massive penis in the sky back in 2007? Well, an investigation into the incident has now been published explaining exactly what happened - and it turns out it was a bunch of boys having a laugh. Typical.

The report, published by the Navy Times, said that two junior 'Zappers' of Electronic Attack Squadron 130 had some spare time flying in the skies over Washington, USA, and newly released audio outlines what happened next. On-board was a pilot, co-pilot and electronic warfare officer (EWO), none of the three men have been publicly named. Mainly because the Navy is really pissed about the whole thing.

First the EWO can be heard egging the boys on: "Draw a giant penis. That would be awesome."

The co-pilot then adds: "You should totally draw a penis."

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The pilot responds: "I could definitely draw one, that would be easy. I could basically draw a figure eight and turn around and come back. I'm going to go down, grab some speed and hopefully get out of the contrail layer so they're not connected to each other."

The co-pilot adds:

Dude, that would be so funny... we could almost draw a vein in the middle of it too.

So the pilot is now fully sold on the idea and sets about creating the massive cock and balls.

Balls are complete. I just gotta navigate a little bit for the shaft


At this pointthe EWO is still egging the pilot on: "Let's do it," he said. "Oh, the head of that penis is going to be thick."

As the pilot finishes the giant cock and balls, the EWO says that he has a "feeling the balls with have dissipated" by the time they loop around and take take in all their hard work - he was wrong.

The huge penis hung around and was spotted by everyone on the ground, with many photos shared online.

According to the report, the pilot wrote a statement saying: "Soon after, I realised the extent of our actions, that the contrails were remaining longer than predicted.

I remarked that we needed to take steps to try to obfuscate it. I flew one pass over it essentially trying to scribble it out with my contrails. That pass was ineffective.

The squadron's commanding officer was reportedly 'immediately furious' when he found out about the incident and an investigation was launched.

So even when in control of million dollar toys, boys will still be boys we guess.