Pilot travels in a penis-shaped direction for new testicular cancer campaign
A pilot travelled in a penis shaped direction for 50 kilometres as part of a new Cancer Research campaign.
Vaughn Davis took part in the charity's new 'Balls Out' testicular cancer campaign, which saw him travel around Auckland, New Zealand, in a specific route he had planned for half an hour in order to create a phallic shaped path on his GPS tracker.
Speaking to Stuff.co.nz, he said: "I spent about 30 minutes on top of my usual pre-flight planning identifying a route that would give the desired result.
"As my flight was tracked continuously by radar I had to make sure that I kept precisely to the planned track, any deviation would have shown up in the finished image."
The innovative idea has encouraged other people to travel more and share images of their manhood-shaped journeys to help raise awareness for the disease, and one unnamed person swam in a penis route to help the cause.