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Pilot causes a stir by spelling it ‘I’m bored’ in his flight path – after writing something ruder 

Pilot spells out it ‘I’m bored’ with his flight path over south Australia – after writing out something FAR ruder

  • A pilot has revealed just how boring test flights can be on his flight tracking 
  • The Flight Training Adelaide pilot tested a new plane engine at 9am on Tuesday 
  • He had been tasked with running the engine at a specific power for two hours 

A pilot who used his tracking system to reveal how boring test flights can be has also left a cheeky little message for all those who were watching.  

The recently qualified Flight Training Adelaide pilot was testing out a single propeller plane’s new engine at 9am on Tuesday when he decided to reveal his true feelings.  

The pilot, who flew out of South Australia’s Parafield Airport, had been tasked with running the engine at a specific power setting for a prolonged period of two hours. 

But as the plane neared Port Broughton, northwest of Adelaide in South Australia, he wrote the words ‘I’m bored’ on his tracking device’ (pictured)

But as the plane neared Port Broughton, northwest of Adelaide in South Australia, he wrote the words ‘I’m bored’ on his tracking device, Adelaide Now reported.

However, on closer inspection, his note revealed something a little cheekier. 

Along with the seemingly innocuous words – written across kilometres – are two phallic-looking symbols. 

The pilot, who flew out of South Australia's Parafield Airport, had been tasked with running the engine at a specific power setting for a prolonged period of two hours (pictured is a similar plane) 

The pilot, who flew out of South Australia’s Parafield Airport, had been tasked with running the engine at a specific power setting for a prolonged period of two hours (pictured is a similar plane) 

After revealing his true feelings on the flight tracker, the pilot landed back at Parafield Airport just after 12pm.

Despite being slightly inappropriate, the pilot’s message was only visible to those who were specifically monitoring his live tracking progress. 

That said, Flight Training Adelaide director Pine Pienaar said while the pilot apparently ‘got bored’, his actions were not condoned by the organisation. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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