WATCH: Pilot performs aerobatic stunt display over Norfolk town
- Credit: Gavin Bickerton-Jones
This is the moment a pilot's aerobatic stunt display lit up the sky over a Breckland town this weekend.
The clip shows part of the display which was the talk of Attleborough on Saturday night.
The display, which was believed to be part of a wedding celebration, could be seen across the town with revellers at the Morley Beer Festival also enjoying the spectacle.
Claire Burgess wrote on Facebook: 'Stood and watched it. Was practically over my house!! Best free entertainment ever!! Congrats to the happy couple.'
Sarah Barber said: 'I hope that the happy couple and their guests really enjoyed it. We certainly did. Hats off to the pilot. Was brilliant.'
And Sarah Talbot added: 'WOAH!!!! This was literally above our garden and quite frankly incredible! Hats off to you mystery pilot.....we loved it!!!'
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But some people were not as impressed by the pilot's skills.
One resident, Jonathan Shortman, 30, said he was inside his family home when he heard a loud racket outside. 'It sounded like it was in trouble,' he said. 'I came outside and saw an old-fashioned, vintage looking plane.'
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Mr Shortman was amazed to see a plane roaring across the sky, performing nose dives close to where he stood, taking off from the ground vertically and spinning in the air. 'They were stunts you wouldn't expect to see above a residential area,' he added. 'It went on for about five, six minutes.'