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Coolest Playground Slide Ever is Attached to a Jetliner

by Conner Flynn

I’ve seen some cool playground slides in my day, but this one has got to be the neatest. It is attached to a jetliner. How much fun would that be to use? In fact this would be a cool way to exit a plane at any time. I dont know about you, but I would spend all day playing on this thing.

tupolev_slide

This twisty slide is mounted to a Tupolev Tu-124 located in the Ukraine, where all of the kids grow up awesome and not fearing heights at all. Cool as this thing is though, I don’t know if I would trust those supports to hold the airplane up. They don’t look all that sturdy. Then again, it makes it more of a fun danger game. Slide, then run.

Every time you make it out safely you win… Until you don’t.

[via Neatorama]




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Comments (2):

  1. Paolo says:

    Well, if the plane is empty and has no fuel or cargo, the supporting pylons being as sturdy as the ones used in the landing gear should be more than enough, don’t you agree? :-)

  2. mark owerko says:

    do you know where in the ukraine this is located?
    thanks

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