Kansas State University marching band accidentally forms sex scene

Kansas State University Band Apologizes for Half Time Show

Saturday night at the season opener for the Kansas State University's Wildcats football team, a Star Trek and Star Wars-themed halftime show went awry when the K-State marching band attempted to form and animate the Starship Enterprise destroying a Jayhawk (the mascot of K-State's rivals, the University of Kansas Jayhawks). However, many didn't recognize the somewhat misshapen Enterprise, and thus the scene resembled one of giant-bird fellatio rather than Star Trek rival-ribbing:

Viewers quickly took took to social media to make note of the phallic marching mishap:

And the K-State's band director was ultimately forced to respond and explain how, no, they weren't trying to show a rival jayhawk fellating anything, it was supposed to be a sci-fi battle, and he has the drill blueprint to prove it:

"The chart below represents the drill from tonight's show. There was absolutely no intent to display anything other...

Posted by K-State Marching Band on Saturday, September 5, 2015

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