Fancy a Phallic Flight?
When it's a slow news day, you can be guaranteed a story on drones. When it's a slow fly day, pilots draw pictures on GPS trackers. Makes sense, I guess.
Typically, Boeing will exercise their aircraft flying out of Seattle with timely messages based on special events. Most well known was the Twelfth Man flight in support of the Seattle Seahawks prior to the 2014 Super Bowl.
In this case, an adventurous RV-12 pilot departed Kissimmee Airport in Florida and made his way up to 1,800 feet before invisibly sky-typing a penis, only viewable via GPS tracking, over Lakeland, Florida.
Cheers to innocent fun by our penile pilot and phallic flying friends.