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An American pilot who clearly had time on his hands may have produced the lewdest image ever using GPS flight data.

The pilot was behind the controls of a single-engine plane when he ‘drew’ a naughty image on a flight path over central Florida last night.

Screen grabs of the rude flight path have gone viral on the internet after they were shared by flight-tracking website Flightradar24.

The pilot of a small plane ‘drew’ a lewd image in the air over central Florida using GPS flight data

It appeared to be a routine flight when the Van’s RV-12 plane departed Kissimmee, Florida shortly before 6:45pm local time.

The two-seater flew south-west towards Lakeland when it suddenly made a sharp turn towards the north and began to ‘draw’ the lewd image.

It continued on at an altitude of 1,800ft and then flew north-west towards the Gulf of Mexico before turning around and heading back to Kissimmee Gateway Airport, south of Orlando.

The single-engine plane appeared to ‘draw’ another lewd image shortly before it flew over Walt Disney World and landed in Kissimmee at about 9pm local time, according to Flightradar24, which provides real-time positioning and information for thousands of aircraft around the world.

It appeared to be a routine flight when the Van’s RV-12 plane departed from Kissimmee, Florida

But the plane soon made a sharp turn right – and it quickly became apparent what it was up to

But the plane soon made a sharp turn right – and it quickly became apparent what it was up to

The two-seater was flying at an altitude of 1,800ft when it created the rude image south-west of Orlando

The plane which flew the 50-mile path is registered to B&M Aviation LLC in Orlando, according to the Federal Aviation Administration’s online database.

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