Misty Waugh, a server and bartender at The Club, said she wasn't aware of the drawing until her 12-year-old son texted her a picture.
Meanwhile, Mother Nature seems to have a saucy sense of humor as well, based on the gallery of cloud penises below. But just to make it clear, the photo at the end of this article may not be suitable for work or underage viewers.
The "male genital art" appeared in the restricted airspace near the town of Omak, which is located in north-central Washington and used by military pilots from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island for training purposes on a regular basis.
"It has zero training value and the aircrew is being held accountable".
Some people sent photos of the skydrawing to KREM 2.
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Plenty of onlookers on the ground were amused by Thursday afternoon's sky doodle.
One woman told KREM that she was "upset" and was unsure how to describe the drawings to her young children.
"After it made the circles at the bottom, I knew what it was and started laughing", Okanogan's Ramone Duran told The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review.
In August this year, an RAF fighter pilot drew a 35-mile penis on radars monitoring skies over Lincolnshire, England.