Bum-shaped blimp bottoms out on second flight

It's been the butt of a few jokes already.
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There are two things we know about the largest airship in the world. It looks like a bum, and it crashed on its second flight.

Airlander 10 – better known as ’The Flying Bum’ – ran aground when it accidentally tapped a telegraph pole before nose-diving into a field.

At almost the length of a football field, the airship can stay in the air for 5 days and is designed for communications, surveillance, and deliveries.

Want one? All you need is a spare $45 million!

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