Teenager paints giant willie on roof of family home
Rory McInnes, 18, climbed on to the flat roof of his parents' home and daubed the symbol using a tin of white paint, after watching a programme about Google Earth.
But parents Andy and Clare did not discover their son's rude artwork until a helicopter spotted it on top of their home near Hungerford, Berkshire in England.
The pilot called The Sun newspaper, which then contacted Mr McInnes to tell him.
Mr McInnes, 54, a company director, thought the newspaper was having a joke.
He said: "It's an April Fool's joke, right? There's no way there's a 60ft phallus on top of my house."
However, when he asked each of his four children if there was indeed the image of a phallus on their newly-completed roof, Rory owned up.
When Mr McInnes phoned his son, who is currently in Brazil on a gap year, the teenager said: "Oh, you've found it then!"
The boy's father appeared to take the prank in good humour.
But he said: "When Rory gets home he will be given a scrubbing brush and white spirit and he can go and scrub it off."
More of a funwit than a fuckwit . .because it's been a week of total fuckwittage and I need some laughter . . . and a far cry from the knobs my boss and Maloney used to draw on my lecture books years ago!
Erm . . M rated . . .but thankfully short . . .