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The Project’s Tommy Little proves ‘any fool can fly’ as he shares hair-raising footage


The Project’s Tommy Little proves ‘any fool can fly’ as he shares hair-raising footage of him taking off and landing at Bacchus Marsh Airport in Victoria










The Project’s Tommy Little passed his pilot’s licence in November, and on Tuesday the 36-year-old proved ‘any fool can fly’.

In footage shared to the social media platform, Tommy can be seen successfully taking off and landing at Bacchus Marsh Airport in Victoria. 

‘And off goes Tommy for his second area solo,’ a friend captioned the video of his take-off. 

Safely landed: In footage shared to the social media platform, Tommy Little can be seen successfully taking off and landing at Bacchus Marsh Airport in Victoria 

‘Tommy didn’t f**k up,’ was written alongside footage of the funnyman landing, with the hashtag ‘any fool can fly’. 

In November, Tommy bravely admitted it took him a number of times to pass his pilot’s test. 

‘Let’s not point out the fact that I failed [three times],’ Tommy joked on The Project.  

After passing, the loveable larrikin soon hit up social media for flying companions 

Top Gun: 'Tommy didn't f**k up,' was written alongside footage of the funnyman landing, with the hashtag 'any fool can fly'

Top Gun: ‘Tommy didn’t f**k up,’ was written alongside footage of the funnyman landing, with the hashtag ‘any fool can fly’ 

Tough: In November, Tommy bravely admitted it took him a number of times to pass his pilot's test

Tough: In November, Tommy bravely admitted it took him a number of times to pass his pilot’s test

‘Please comment below if you’d like to come flying with me because so far I have very few takers…’ read his message.

While there were very few takers in the comments, Paralympian Dylan Alcott did make a very off-colour joke. 

‘Keen. Already disabled so what can go wrong hey?’ wrote the wheelchair-bound seven time Australian Open quad singles champion.

Jokester: 'Keen. Already disabled so what can go wrong hey?' wrote the wheelchair-bound seven time Australian Open quad singles champion

Jokester: ‘Keen. Already disabled so what can go wrong hey?’ wrote the wheelchair-bound seven time Australian Open quad singles champion

Other commenters included his fellow comedian Merrick Watts, who wrote ‘well done SkyWeapon’. 

While Channel 9 Perth weather presenter Scherri-Lee Biggs simply added, ‘very cool’.

Little’s flying dreams are being realised as part of the forthcoming reality TV series Any Fool Can Fly.  

Coming soon: Little's flying dreams are being realised as part of the forthcoming reality TV series Any Fool Can Fly

Coming soon: Little’s flying dreams are being realised as part of the forthcoming reality TV series Any Fool Can Fly

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