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Ryanair ground handlers demonstrated their artistic abilities following a recent snowfall in Ireland.
Brendan Keary captured their lewd effort on the runway at DUB and did what you do when you see something strange these days – he posted it on Twitter.
The somewhat anatomically correct snow art design will be familiar to immature schoolboys (and not a few grown men) across the globe.
“Ryanair ground staff are a creative bunch,” wrote Keary.
Other Twitter users also praised the effort. “Better than Banksy,” suggested one.
A spokesman for Ryanair, which has made great strides in recent months to win over families, offering a winning response to a potentially embarassing situation:
“While our ground crew excel at industry leading 25-minute turnarounds, art isn’t their forte, as they’ve clearly forgotten to draw wings on their snow airplane.”
Oh! So that’s what it was.