Lufthansa Pilot Draws Penis In The Sky Above Germany As They Wait To Land Plane
A pilot drew a penis in the sky while they waited to land, and it’s pretty funny.
The Lufthansa plane was travelling from Frankfurt to Bremen in Germany, and despite the extremely obvious phallic shape the airline has claimed it was ‘completely coincidental’.
In the picture, you can see the route the Airbus A320 took, where it looped back on itself twice before heading east and then doubled back, leaving the supposedly accidental penis-shaped outline.
Flight tracker website FlightRadar24 shared the funny picture on its Twitter page, where it confirmed the plane successfully landed on its second attempt.
The flight was due to land at Bremen airport at 7:35am on Tuesday morning, March 3, and despite its dick-shaped detour, landed only 10 minutes later than scheduled.
Several people have responded to the funny picture shared on social media, which has received more than 6,000 likes.
Here are a few of our favourites:
Safe to say the pilots cocked that one up…
In more plane-related hilarity, a pigeon got trapped inside a plane last week and caused an absolute frenzy inside the cabin.
The rogue stowaway pigeon somehow made its way onto a commercial flight, which was headed from Ahmedabad International Airport to Jaipur, causing panic among the airline staff and passengers alike.
Hilarious video footage of the incident, captured by confused GoAir passengers, shows the pigeon flying through the cabin and causing havoc as people attempt to avoid its path.
The flight, which was due to depart at 5pm on Friday, February 28, was reportedly delayed when the bird burst out of an overhead locker, with the airline staff only able to watch helplessly as the pigeon hurtled along mere inches from everyone’s heads.
A passenger described what happened:
Every one of us boarded the plane. When the flight gates were shut, and a passenger opened the luggage shelf, suddenly we were shocked to witness a pigeon fly out of there.
While the incident proved entertaining at first, prompting many passengers to take out their phones and film the bird, their patience was soon tested as the delay lengthened.
Several passengers complained about how the crew members responded to the incident, saying they were unimpressed that the flight landed in Jaipur half and hour later than expected.
However, GoAir has since disputed this on its official Twitter account, saying its crew ‘immediately got the birds removed from the aircraft’ and ‘the flight took off as per its scheduled time of 17:00 hours’.
Who’d have known a single penis and a pigeon could ruffle so many feathers.
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