An Egyptair plane was left with a large hole in the nose cone after it hit a bird during landing at Heathrow Airport.
The plane was carrying 71 passengers at the time of the incident, which occurred on Friday evening, according to the Daily Mail.
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The plane managed to land safely despite the hit.
Pictures of the damage emerged online and show a rather gruesome bloody dent on the plane.
The Independent reports that Amir Hashim, a Senior Procurement Specialist for Egyptair, first posted the images on Facebook.
He wrote:"SU-GDZ operating yesterday evening's MS779 arrival suffered a bird strike on approach.
"The damage caused is clearly evident and SU-GDZ will be grounded until a new radome is fitted. Now, who has a spare?"
The Aviation Herald reports that it took 21 hours before the plane could fly back to Cairo.
It said: "The aircraft was unable to depart for its return flight MS-780. The aircraft remained on the ground for about 21 hours, then returned to Cairo as flight MS-1780, but has not yet resumed service about 35 hours after the bird strike."