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Boeing airplane stops site visitors because it’s pushed on motorway with police escort to new residence

A jet cruising at zero feet draws a crowd as it is transported to its new home on a police escort.

The Boeing 727’s fuselage stopped traffic as it was driven along the M5, M4 and M32.

It was bought for less than £ 100,000 from Bristol event tech firm Pytch, which will use it as an office, Bristol Live reports.

Boss Johnny Palmer said, “We decided to redefine the icon of unsustainable hyperconsumption and have fun doing it.”

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The massive plane at the end of its journey

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The company used its transport from Cotswold Airport in Kemble, Glos to raise funds for the Great Western Air Ambulance.

The massive private jet was loaded onto a truck prior to its voyage before being positioned in its new home on Bonville Road.

The plane cost less than £ 100,000

The Boeing 727 runs from Cotswold Airport to Bristol

Johnny added, “Once we get to Bristol it will be the heart of the heart of our tech empire.”

The plane would have cost £ 40 million had it been bought new.

But Johnny got a deal because of the lack of the engine and wings.