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Mystery plane crossed six NATO countries and triggered Army jets before pilot vanished - - Poland - Hungary - Bulgaria - Slovakia - Romania - Lithuania
Mystery plane crossed six NATO countries and triggered Army jets before pilot vanished
plane flew through the airspace of six NATO countries and triggered several fighter jets – before the pilot promptly disappeared in a small field in Bulgaria, reports claim.The airborne vehicle was spotted by the Hungarian and Romanian Air Force and also soared through Poland, Slovakia, Bulgaria and Lithuania.Fighter jets including two USAF F-16s, two Romanian F-16s and two Hungarian Gripens followed the plane throughout its journey as it did not respond to radio transmissions.It reportedly landed in a small airport in in Debrecen, Hungary, where a group of people got off to refuel the plane before taking off again before cops could catch them.Prosecutors in the Bulgarian city of Targovishte have started an investigation into what happened, according to media outlet Euractiv.The brazen plane was found abandoned in a small local airfield with its engine still warm, the reports say.It parked in a Bulgarian airfield known as the Targovishte Airport, which has been left unused for years and is reportedly now used for agricultural purposes.Bulgarian Ministry of Defence official Dragomir Zakov said it entered his country’s airspace in the evening of Wednesday, June 8.He is reported to have said: “At no time was the plane a threat to civilian or military infrastructure in Bulgaria.“It flew at low altitudes, which made difficult the interception for fighter jets, but it was monitored all the time.“The Ministry of Defense is taking the appropriate actions to establish the circumstances.”Stay in the loop with all the craziest Daily Star news by signing up to one of our free newsletters here.Whilst the Bulgarian Minister of Interior Boyko Rashkov is said to have asked: “What’s the purpose? Who are these people? What happened? We
Jarrod Bowen - Dani Dyer gushes over boyfriend after being torn apart by gruelling schedule - - city Budapest - city Santiago - Hungary
Dani Dyer gushes over boyfriend after being torn apart by gruelling schedule
Dani Dyer has been gushing over her boyfriend Jarrod Bowen on social media after has been away from home whilst training for the UEFA Nationals League.She said this is the "longest" amount of time they have spent apart in their relationship.Jarrod made his debut for the England squad on Saturday (June 4) and Dani supported him at home while he took on Hungary at the Puskás Aréna in Budapest.The Love Island winner and the sports star have been together for less than a year but seem smitten with one another.During a Q&A with her followers on Instagram someone asked her if she was missing Jarrod.She responded: "I miss him so much. This is the longest we have been apart but I'm so proud of him so it makes it easier."While he was competing in Hungary over the weekend, Dani had spent time with her one-year-old son Santiago at a Platinum Jubilee garden party.She expressed support from afar though, sharing a photo of Jarrod in his official kit and writing: "Oh I love you."Dani included an emotional-looking emoji and a red heart.This comes after Jarrod put a stop to the rumour that he was engaged to his beau Dani last month.He said: "No, people thought I was engaged, but I don’t know where that came from."Rumours had sparked that Dyer had said "yes" to Bowen after she posted a cryptic Instagram post earlier this month.Dyer posted a snap of her and Bowen on her story with the words "you and me forever" alongside a heart emoji.Jarrod, who is a winger and forward for West Ham United, was announced as a part of the England squad last month, ahead of the Nations League.Dani said following the squad news that she was "beyond proud" of him.She added: "You deserve this so much.