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The sky is the limit for a teenager in China, which recently was stolen, the water planes for a joyride on the tarmac at a small airport.
Even though the 13-year-old boy has been slapped with a $300 fine for his illegal stunt, an airport, the official believes that the boy has potential as a pilot, and then flight lessons.
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On the 19th of July, the South China Morning Post reported that in an adventure, “untitled”, the 13-year-old was hit with the hefty fine for allegedly taking two small planes from the Taihu Lake mine in Zhejiang province, area by midnight for a joyride on June 15, and the damage to the aircraft in the process.
The 13-year-old was hit with the hefty fine for allegedly taking two small planes from the Taihu Lake mine, in the Zhejiang province.
According to the outlet, the Huzhou schoolboy had spent the time to look at the airport and employees, repairs to and maintenance of the aircraft in the hangar prior to be off-limits in a line.
Shortly after the boy was reported to have been caught on camera arriving at the hangar by electric bike on the fateful Saturday, in the last month.
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The teenager is said to have jumped into the cockpit of a 990-pound in front of it to drive it around and hit a guardrail while attempting to turn on. He was reportedly not injured in the accident. And finally, the boy returned the damaged aircraft in the hangar, prior to the taking of any other awesome for a quick jaunt around the garden, in the Morning, the Post reports. He did that to the plane and ride in his bike.
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After being stopped by the police, the boy had a fine of more than $1,150, the cost of the damage to the aircraft, but the teen’s family was able to negotiate the fine down to less than $300, because they could not afford to pay the full amount, according to USA Today.
Moving forward, a few employees at the airport are said to be potentially interested in the offer of the pilot and lessons learned from the young man who was impressed by his ability to take a taxi the aircraft, without the need for any formal training.
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“We have to have the pilots all have great admiration for him,” the airport’s executive director, said of the stunt, according to the Morning Post.