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SAR teams remove obscene rock art near waterfall in Twin Falls, ID

More like “Twin Phallic.”

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Most wilderness vandals content themselves with carving their names in a rock formation or tagging a tree, and it’s been happening forever (witness the “cowboy graffiti” in any desert national park – basically, endless variations on “Tex Wuz Here”). But pranksters outdid themselves when they built a 20-foot-tall penis rock formation on a sand bar underneath famous Shoshone Falls near Twin Falls, Idaho.

The giant manmade wang happens to be perfectly visible from a viewing platform popular with tourists. But its precarious positioning means SAR teams will have to go in and knock it down.

I’ll hand it to this set of nature vandals: That was a total dick move, but they get points for being pretty cocky. (Sorry.)

Source: Magicvalley.com