Published On: Thu, Apr 9th, 2015 on 9:33 am

Love gift attached to noisy plane doesn’t go down well at 6am

Noisy Plane Halifax

EXCLUSIVE: A personalised gift attached to a plane might have given some Yorkshire residents a bad start to the day.

Residents in the town of Halifax awoke to the sound of a noisy plane flying above their house which carried the message ‘HAVE A GREAT DAY POPPET [LOVE] FROM MARK’.

Noisy Plane Halifax

Jo Fielding, who lives in the Boothtown area, said: “I woke up at around 6ish. The plane was so loud it was scary at first. When I opened the blinds the plane was flying overhead and it did probably around 10 rounds at least.

“I couldn’t go to sleep after that, my sleep was ruined.”

Jo claimed that her partner, her daughter in another room, and other neighbours heard the plane too.

She said: “It is funny with it reading have a great day and all, but why does it have to happen at 6am in the morning? Surely not everyone gets up at that time.

“If someone did it to get a loved one’s attention, well they sure got it, as well as a hundred other people who probably had to hear that plane go past.”

It is unknown who flew the banner.

Would you mind such a plane flying above your house early in the morning? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Ryan Goodman says:

    Well I don’t know, that looks like a great start to the morning! Nothing like sharing a bit love first thing!!

  2. Andy says:

    The people who complained probably don’t work are used to getting just in time to see Jeremy Kyle. 6.30am isn’t that early for most hard working families.

    • Lizzie says:

      Shut up… Many people I know wake up way later just to start their job at 8.30 and 9. Missing 2 hours off sleep isn’t that nice for some so deal with it.

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