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That time an RAF pilot stole a plane in grand protest
​British pilot Alan Pollock was supposed to fly his Hawker Hunter back to home base on April 5, 1968, after some squadron-level celebrations of the Royal Air Force's 50th anniversary. Instead, he took his plane on a run down the Thames River, flying over the British Parliament building three times while that legislative body debated noise abatement.