“Apollo 11” Typhoon’s flight path was tracked on FlightRadar24 website, which showed the aircraft taking some very deliberate turns to follow the phallic outline
As reported by the Daily Mail, on Aug. 24, 2017, a Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoon fighter pilot left aviation enthusiasts shocked after ‘drawing’ a 35-mile large penis on radars monitoring Britain’s skies.
“Apollo 11” Typhoon’s flight path in fact was tracked on FlightRadar24 website, which showed the aircraft taking some very deliberate turns to follow the phallic outline.
After taking off from RAF Corningsby, the Typhoon initially headed south past Spalding before turning east to begin drawing what was immediately recognisable as a penis.
Flying over the Lincolnshire coast, the Typhoon appears to come back on itself on multiple occasions to get all the necessary outlines of the body part.
It was immediately picked up by CivMilAir, the worldwide civil and military flight news website, who shared the outline on social media.
The site tweeted: ‘Is he trying to draw something there?’
According to Express.co.uk, one Twitter user replied suggesting the station commander’s office back at the base had run out of coffee.: “Stn Cdr’s office, no coffee! (Maybe the GCI controller as well)
Another pointed to a previous effort by a Polish pilot, tweeting: ‘Maybe… but ATC on EPWA are much better in this.’
However after completing the drawing, the pilot then embarked on a series of circular patterns in order to turn the ‘penis’ into something that more closely resembled a flower.
Noteworthy this is not the first time a pilot has decided to sketch the male reproductive organ on a radar, with similar efforts taking place over Florida in 2015 and Sweden in 2012.
Moreover earlier this month, a Boeing pilot drew a huge pattern of a Dreamliner plane that spanned across much of the U.S..
Photo credit: Flightradar 24 and Crown Copyright
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