Unnamed pilot flew a paraglider over the Glastonbury fence but was allowed to stay and enjoy the evening's music The man - who said he 'needed a beer' after the outlandish stunt - joined 175,000 other revellers at the festival A daredevil who used a paraglider to fly over the Glastonbury fences has been allowed to stay at the music festival and has demanded a beer. The unnamed ticket-dodger, who landed the powered parachute at Worthy Farm in Somerset on Saturday evening, had his contraption confiscated but was permitted to stay and enjoy the music after his outlandish stunt.
With an outstanding pilot in paramotoring, we would like to carry on with the series of FAI World Record anniversaries: Ten years ago on 23 June 2005, the three Russian pilots Vladimir Makurin, Nikolay Karabchouk and Alexander Bogdanov each broke an FAI World Record with a project named "Troika Air". Two of them are still valid today, including Bogdanov's.
The mountains across our area offer the opportunity to catch air and experience the power of flight! Sean Bailey takes us for a ride hundreds of feet above the landscape of Eastern Oklahoma in this week's adventure. The sights off the Buffalo Mountain looking west of Talihina set the stage for this week's adventure.
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