By Tim Stickings For Mailonline
Published: 11:30 GMT, 12 February 2019 | Updated: 11:30 GMT, 12 February 2019
This volcano appears to have to erupted into a very rude shape in Indonesia, as a hiker shared a phallic picture of a cloud of ash.
Two tourists said they saw ash from Indonesia's highest active volcano, Semeru on the island of Java, transform into the bizarre shape as they were climbing the mountain.
The quickly rising smoke meant the unusual formation 'only lasted for less than a few seconds', they said.
Josiah Gordan, 23, was climbing the Java mountain with his friend Megan Hassa when the eruptions began.
Phallic volcano: This picture appears to show an ash cloud in a very rude shape after Indonesia's highest active volcano Semeru erupted
After a two-day hike to reach the top of the 12,000-ft mountain, Josiah and Megan were admiring the view below when the lava began spewing into the air only a few hundred feet from where they were standing.