World's Largest Flying American Flag Ripped Apart by Wisconsin Storm

The world’s largest free-flying American flag was shredded by a storm in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, on June 2.

Footage shows the tatters of the 70 by 140 feet American flag, located at Acuity Insurance, flying above Interstate 43.

Local news reported winds of 90 miles per hour on the night of Tuesday, June 2. The flag was deemed beyond repair. Credit: avdil.luma via Storyful