Navy apologizes after pilot draws penises in the sky

Navy officials are failing to see the funny side of the efforts of a mischievous pilot who drew enormous penises in the sky above Washington this week.  

What a Maverick! US Navy is forced to apologize after one of its pilots drew enormous penises in the sky

Navy officials issued an apology after a pilot created obscene drawing contrails in the sky
Residents of Okanogan, Washington caught sight of the drawings this week
One mother was upset she might have to explain the drawings to her children
Another local found the matter to be comical and said, it was 'pretty funny to see'
It's unclear whether the contrail tracings were apart of a training exercise

Navy officials are failing to see the funny side of the efforts of a mischievous pilot who drew enormous penises in the sky above Washington this week.

The unnamed pilot from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, was lambasted by officials who have since apologized for the obscene display in Okanogan.

'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,' they said in a statement.
They described the act as 'immature' and 'unethical' and said that action was being taken to punish the crew responsible.

While they failed to see the humorous side, the internet exploded with appreciation for the pilot's drawings.

The Navy has taken the blame for penis drawings which appeared in the sky above Okanogan, Washington, this week, saying it was one of their pilots who is to blame

Navy officials issued an apology on the matter, and called the incident 'unacceptable'

Some people in the town were offended by the illustration and reported it to local news stations including KREM.com.

'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'

'It was pretty funny to see that ...You don't expect to see something like that.' Twitter users shared their appreciation in their droves.

'A grateful nation thanks you for your service,' said one user. Another asked cheekily: 'Willy be punished?'
The Navy did not disclose what was being done to reprimand the pilot responsible.

The drawings appeared this week and sparked controversy in the town where some were offended

Internet users saw the funny side and tweeted their appreciation for the mischievous mystery pilot