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Is that a… Typhoon draws peculiar shape in Lincolnshire skies

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Lincolnshire is full of avid plane enthusiasts who enjoy spending their days tracking the skies across the county – but one Typhoon flight has caught the eyes of many.

An RAF fighter pilot left spotters amused after appearing to draw what resembled a 35-mile large penis on radars monitoring the skies across the county.

https://twitter.com/civmilair/status/900651795583827969

The Typhoon’s flight path was tracked on the website FlightRadar24, where the plane took off from RAF Coningsby before taking the phallic route.

Initially, the pilot set off and headed south past Spalding before turning to create two loops over Bomber County.

After spotting the slightly embarrassing image on the flight radar, one Twitter user said: “Is he trying to draw something here?”

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