Officials from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Washington state sent a statement to KREM 2 News admitting one of their aircraft was used to create the sexually-charged sky art after a local mother reached out to the news station to complain.
Officials from the Naval Air Station Whidbey Island toldKREM in a statement that the drawings were "absolutely unacceptable".
KREM 2 in Spokane says they received multiple pictures and phone calls showing male genitalia drawn in the sky.
"After it made the circles at the bottom, I knew what it was and started laughing", Duran said. "You don't expect to see something like that".
Another resident, Misty Waugh, told the Spokesman that she was unaware of the drawing until her 12-year-old son texted her a picture.
"I thought it was pretty amusing, and so did he" she said.
The skydrawings did not pose a safety risk, the Federal Aviation Administration told KREM2, adding that they can not "police morality". FAA officials said unless the act poses a safety risk, there is nothing they can do about. Meanwhile, the US Federal Aviation Administration commented on the situation, saying that there was nothing they could do, since they "couldn't police morality".
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