Two Pobeda Airline pilots are undergoing investigation for drawing a giant penis in the sky.
Sources confirmed how the bizarre incident took place in Russian airspace recently, right above Neftekamsk. The act is rumored to show solidarity with the country’s football captain, who was recently caught indulging in a masturbating incident with himself.
Right after the sex act video went viral, authorities suspended Artem Dzyuba.
Meanwhile, the pilots decided to perform two giant phallic like airplane turns while flying in the sky. Moreover, the rather bizarre act in Russian airspace didn’t go unnoticed. Authorities condemned the pilots’ behavior, calling them out for investigation for showing solidarity for such behavior.
While media agencies didn’t name the crew members, they did confirm how they both belonged to Pobeda Airlines. At the same time, news regarding the pilots maneuvering the giant aircraft, just so they could draw a large penis, is baffling plenty of minds.
According to sources, the pilots wanted to back up the nation’s famed footballer who was caught in bed, performing sexual acts in bed alone. The video was leaked online, sending shockwaves around the country.
On the other hand, a recent video surfaced, highlighting how the pilots embarked upon an x-rated detour via flight DP407. The flight had originally taken off from Moscow, while heading towards the city of Yekaterinburg, scheduled for November 11th.
It wasn’t unusual for critics to pass judgments and hilarious comments on the bizarre incident that took place in Russian airspace. One RT owned by Kremlin referred to the incident as a ‘ballsy flight path.’ At the same time, he questioned the bold stunt as a tad bit too cocky too.
A spokesperson for the airline expressed how it was most likely a means for the captains from Pobeda to render their support for the Russian team’s leading captain. Moreover, he expressed how the pilots showed their feelings to the captain being bullied for his private acts.
Today, the incident is currently under investigation. Authorities are checking to see whether or not the crew members broke any boundaries relating to ethical behavior.