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Who'd believe it? Tardis flies in US

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A DOCTOR WHO fan has created his very own flying "Tardis" to celebrate the BBC show's 50th anniversary. The remote-control police call box, which had its test flight in the US city of San Diego, was created by inventor Otto Dieffenbach. It comes ahead of the anniversary episode on Saturday, to be broadcast in more than 75 countries.

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