Residents of Okanogan County, Washington and surrounding regions witnessed what is being called an obscene skydrawing stunt by a maverick pilot from the U.S. Naval Air division.

According to an NBC affiliate in Western Washington, the airman in question proceeded to trace the outlines of an obscene that resembled male genitalia in the sky. The aircraft originated from the Naval Air Station Whidbey Island and was supposedly a routine scheduled flight - in other words, no planes were stolen and/or facilities broken into in order to carry out this lewd prank. Many observers tweeted out pictures of the incident, some of which you can see below.

Though the act was embarrassing, the U.S. Navy is not denying that the perpetrator is indeed involved with their subsection of the American military. In a statement issued to KREM 2 News, officials from the Navy responded by saying: "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." There is no word yet as to what the proper punishment will be and when such discipline will be carried out. Considering the public outcry that resulted from the stunt, many are hoping for stiff justice. 

Perhaps Donald Trump will be the next one to voice his opinion on the infraction, seeing as he's prone to weigh in on issues that may, at first glance, seem to frivolous in nature to spend to much of his time on. However, after he recently called out LaVar Ball on Twitter for questioning how much he had to do with the release of his son, LiAngelo, and more than one of his teammates from police custody in China. Trump has been steadfast in saying that, not only did he play a major role in getting the UCLA basketball star out of this sticky situation, but that he also deserves more praise than Big Baller is doling out at the moment.