Yeah, that happened.
Is that real and did it ever fly?
At the time of its crash, sabotage was the suspected culprit, but we know better now. The plane shook itself to pieces.It was in fact the first airplane flown in Britain.
This thing is often part of "worst aircraft" lists. To be quite honest, this is also what I thought of the second I saw the prompt for the thread. Its duel, bulbous tanks and an overhead jet make it look even more bizarre than the concept of a jet biplane would suggest. But for a plane that takes its nickname "Belphegor" from it's loud engine noise, I am disappointed that there do not seem to be any videos showing this do be in action.Perhaps there have been uglier, but the PZL M-15 is probably the most unique sort of aircraft ever built: a jet biplane cropduster!