A NAUGHTY RU­RAL MURAL

Geelong Advertiser - - NEWS - – HAR­RI­SON TIPPET

RAUNCHY aliens or naughty farm­ers are likely be­hind the ap­pear­ance of a hand­ful of crass crop cir­cles near the Surf Coast.

About 2km off the Surf Coast High­way a lit­tle pad­dock that ap­pears com­pletely nor­mal from ground level hides a silly se­cret; two pri­apic stick fig­ures and what ap­pears to be a poorly out­lined pe­nis.

The bizarre im­ages, likely mowed into the pad­dock on the bor­der of Mount Duneed and Con­newarre, were dis­cov­ered by an ea­gle-eyed reader on Google Earth’s satel­lite im­agery.

What ap­pears to be a love heart, a smi­ley face and plenty of squig­gly lines mowed into the pad­dock are also vis­i­ble from the sky, sug­gest­ing the aerial artist may still be per­fect­ing his or her style.

The Gee­long Ad­ver­tiser was yes­ter­day un­able to con­tact the own­ers of a nearby prop­erty to dis­cuss the ap­par­ent art­works.

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