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Juhu Garden Plane

Thursday, 25th May 2006 by

It looks like the pilot of a small aircraft has crashed into Juhu garden in Mumbai! Actually, it turns out that this plane has never flown: it has no engine and is made of concrete, which I hear is not the most aerodynamic of materials. Submitter Rushikesh tells us that it is part of a kid’s playpark, and that you can get inside the cockpit and pretend like your flying…

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