You may want to shield your children's eyes from the "sand bar" island that is below the Shoshone Falls Observation Deck in Twin Falls due to a few spunky kayakers.

While the picture you see here is blurred out, you can keep reading to see the actual NOT SAFE FOR WORK Photo and learn how the phallic symbol came to be.

09/10/13 UPDATE:  Twin Falls and Jerome County will remove the offensive rock formation soon, most likely this weekend. They will use this as a joint training exercise, being that this is not a life or death situation and that it takes time to get to the area.  This is NOT a jurisdictional issue and both the Twin Falls and Jerome County departments welcome working together to get the job done.

Here is the rest of the original story that was posted on 9/9/13:

According to a Twin Falls Park Ranger's report:

On Sunday September 08, 2013 at approximately 11:00 AM I received a call from [She], an employee at the Shoshone Falls Concession Stand. [She] stated that two separate park visitors had approached her to complain about an indecent display erected on the sand/island below the observation deck on the Snake River.

Yes, the report said "erected."  And it goes on:

[She] described the display as a large penis made out of numerous rocks which had been strategically placed to form said penis.

Oh and there's more:

I did observe that it was approximately 20 feet in length and that rocks had been placed so as to form a head, sheath and testicles.

But who's penis is it?

As of Monday, September 09, 2013 at 10:00 AM the display remains and there seem to be no plans for it’s removal as there are jurisdictional questions.

Yes, that means you can swing by Shoshone Falls and check out this giant twenty-foot rock hard penis or keep scrolling down for this NOT SAFE FOR WORK PHOTO.

OK, OK, you've been warned.  Beware of giant penis ahead.

Seriously though, get ready for this BIG, giant penis.  You've been warned.  Here we go!