RAF pilots traced a giant willy in the sky in their jets while out on manoeuvres.
The crude flight-path of the two military planes – measuring a whopping 40 miles long – was spotted on a flight tracking site.
RAF pilots traced a giant willy in the sky while out on manoeuvres
The planes joined forces over Wales, a regular training area for jets, and left a huge phallus on the site.
Spotters were in hysterics at the shape caused by the Typhoon from Lincolnshire holding in circles on the edge of Aberporth Range.
And the X-rated drawing was completed by a Hawk T2 from Valley North Wales completing a Navigation training route across most of Wales.
The lewd image was shared online with one enthusiast adding: “When you and your mate get bored in the Air Force.”
Another spotter quipped: “Forget Top Gun these pilots were too busy mapping out a top schlong.”
Info on the tracking site Flightradar24 revealed the altitude of the jets was 5,695 feet.
The RAF told The Sun the rude image showed the flight-paths of different aircraft types from separate stations, and there was “no coordination” between the sorties.
A spokesman said: “The Typhoon and Hawk training sorties shown were completely unrelated.
“RAF pilots do not have time to waste when completing operational training missions and focus on ensuring that they fly safely and professionally at all times.”
Spotters were in hysterics at the shape caused by the Typhoon from a base in Lincs and a Hawk T2 aircraft from one in North Wales
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