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Spy In The Sky

by | 20th, January 2006

‘GIVEN the vast sums of money spent on buying and selling weapons and war machines, the Sun may have erred in publishing the address of where British inventor Geoff Hatton keeps his new flying machine.

As the Sun’s advertorial-style blurb boasts: “The ultra-manoeuvrable craft, which can hover and turn in tight corners, could also be used in the examination of bridges and minefields.”

No government in its right mind would not want to get hold of such a device. You can forget weapons of mass destruction, nuclear bombs and anything else currently available in the Acme Weapons catalogue, and know that this is the future of warfare.

And the even better thing about it is that it looks like a flying saucer. It’s both useful and cool. “As far as we know this is the only flying saucer of its kind in the world and there could be any number of uses,” says Geoff excitedly

And Geoff is not without ambition. Though the craft is small

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