fly low

fly low

To have the zipper (fly) of one's trousers open. Hey Jeff, just so you know, you're flying a bit low there.
See also: fly, low
References in classic literature ?
I had to fly low to get sufficient air to breathe, but I took a straight course across an old sea bottom and so had to rise only a few feet above the ground.
Civilian members also spent time in the BAE Systems Hawk Synthetic Training Facility seeing for themselves how military aviators fly low level while maintaining a "safety bubble" around themselves and other users.
On Thursday's flight, the shuttle will fly low over the Texas cities of Houston and Austin, the NASA White Sands Test Facility in New Mexico, and finally, Tucson.
Asked if the air force is told not to fly low over the islands, he said: "They are - and another letter will be winging its way to them.
Israeli air force continues to fly low in Gaza, amid reports on a cease-fire coordinated by Egypt between Israel and the Palestinian factions.
Helicopters fly low level at low air speeds and are exposed to a greater range of threats and hazards to include small arms fire.
Children are resilient and intelligent enough to understand what they are and why they fly low.
Aircrafts during this exercise will fly low and are likely to raise noise level in the vicinity of populated areas, he said
One is increasingly minor, which is one way to fly low over the city
Cruise missiles are designed to fly low to their targets, hugging the contours of the land to avoid radar.
Clyde's neighborhood is on the flight path to Nairobi's Wilson Airport, and planes regularly fly low over the shacks.
Initially, Fars reported that the plane forced down was an American Falcon and said, "The plane was trying to fly low in order not to be detected by Iranian radars.
The company reassured farmers and livestock owners that, although the patrols will fly low over overhead wires, the pilot will try to avoid areas populated with livestock.
But he was also the centre of many myths, including claims that he would fly low over his home to let his wife know he was ready for tea and that he always chose to fly in carpet slippers.