Proof in the Sky: The Government is Screwing Us Over

Someone out there was praying for a sign, but I don’t think this is it!

A Naval aviator is in some deep trouble after drawing a penis in the sky! The Navy has taken responsibility for a “masterpiece” that was drawn on Thursday over Okanogan County in Washington.

As residents of the area took notice of a massive penis in the sky, they began taking photos and videos that went viral online.

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We all know the government screws us over….Who would have ever thought that we would get a visual to solidify it! HA!

Okay, but seriously, tsk tsk. This was extremely immature behavior.

Washington Examiner reports: 

Officials with the Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, Wash., confirmed to KREM 2 News that Navy pilots were responsible for the drawings.

One mother who took photos of the skywriting and spoke to the TV station said she was upset at the prospect of explaining the image to her children.

The Federal Aviation Administration, when the station reached out for comment, said they’re powerless to act unless the incident poses a safety risk. An official also said the agency “cannot police morality.”

Navy officials said, “The Navy holds its aircrew to the highest standards and we find this absolutely unacceptable, of zero training value and we are holding the crew accountable.”

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