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This was a rather happy story, despite the expensive plane now serving as a piece of outsider art in somebody's back yard.


One Libyan who came across the crashed jet told Britain's Daily Telegraph that one pilot held his hands in the air and said "OK, OK", but was quickly thanked by locals for his participation in the air strikes.


Younis Amruni told the Telegraph: "I hugged him and said 'don't be scared, we are your friends'."


Wonder how long it's been since a US pilot got that sort of welcome on the ground. Poor sods must have been cacking themselves. :)

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