first published on November 7, 2018 by Will
Two Marine pilots have reportedly been grounded pending an investigation into the latest Sky Penis incident, which occurred over California’s Salton Sea in October.
Although no artistic representation of a sky penis was filmed or photographed by witnesses or bystanders, the crew’s flight pattern left the definitive trace of a cock’n’balls on radar.
“The T-34C crew that are being investigated for flying a pattern resembling an obscene image are currently not flying pending the results of an ongoing investigation.” Marine spokesman Maj. Josef Patterson told Marine Corps Times in an email.
To clarify, the two Marine pilots currently under investigation are not yet being punished. The aviators are likely to receive similar administrative disciplinary action as the Navy EA-18G Growler pilots that were filmed drawing a massive sky penis with their vapor trail last year.
The following video, filmed last year, shows the strato-dong drawn by the Navy pilots over Washington.