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We have a plane but have no access......02-2012

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We have a plane but have no access......said Illogical i replied ....is it BOEING.......yes says Illogical.....No problemo i know how to access Boeings.....

On the road again ,BELGIUM the country, Illogical,BM,Ruben & Hanel Dante is the company.... 8-)

After quick recce and a squeeze i entered the cockpit (something didn't seem right at all everything in tact even the dials, a pilots hat sat snugly , neatly positioned on a small shelf ....alarm bells start ringing....... fook it lets shoot this mofo

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After spending 10 mins in the cockpit i started to make my way into the seating area but was met by a partition wtf....stepping to my right a was confronted by a small corridor and then by a buzzing emmmm.....fook a flight simulater

thing just got weirder.....

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and weirder..............This meeting is adjourned

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To my surprise the back of the plane was actually a back of a plane ......

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Ok on the move past some of this ......

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When in Be. be rude not to visit pre-metro of a night.......deeper pre-metro to my last visit

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o yeah did i mention we saw some of this ........ive been into graff for years i used to write in the 80s and i can safely say this is some of the best work ive seen ........

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I'd probably freak out if I stumbled upon the running computer, assuming the plane was still in use and get the hell outta there before being busted under terrorism acts!

Good pics though! Not a huge fan of graffiti personally

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