JACKSONVILLE — AIR FORCE ONE infuriated New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on April 27 with a low-flyover of the city, which petrified the entire New York metropolitan area, reported the Daily News of New York.

This in no way deterred Air Force One. The airplane simply refused to Photoshop itself and headed south on Interstate 95.

The customized Boeing 747 bypassed the White House, continuing  through the Baltimore tunnel, stopping rush-hour traffic.

Air Force One was next seen over  “South of the Border” on the North/South Carolina border terrorizing an  RV camp.

Trail Ridge landfill courtesy of Jan Korb and Photoshop

Trail Ridge landfill courtesy of Jan Korb and Photoshop

A Jacksonville resident reported the plane disrupted a flock of Sea Gulls over Trail Ridge landfill a short while later.

“I was afraid of another ‘Miracle on the Hudson,'” the resident said.

The Miracle on the Hudson refers to a flock of Canadian Geese, which accidentally flew into US Airways Flight 1549 on Jan. 16, forcing an emergency landing of the passenger plane, in which all passengers  miraculously survived.

Air Force One at St. Augustine Beach Light House courtesy GoUSBeaches.com, Photo Shop and Jan Korb.

Air Force One at St. Augustine Beach Light House courtesy GoUSBeaches.com, Photo Shop and Jan Korb.

The next sighting of the plane came from St. Augustine Beach, where a group of surfers anxiously texted and  Twittered reports to  local media.

NASA officials reported Air Force One landed safely at Cape Canaveral.

— k. a. gardner

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