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The pitot tubes are covered so I'd guess the plane was already parked.
Even if the jet did it, they would immediately cover the pitot tubes and other items.
Searching around for more info, this was a Norwegian Falcon 20 that was hit by the fuel truck. If you look closely, the nose wheel is lifted off the ground.
I thought about them buttoning up the aircraft after the hit. I'd have left it as it was for the investigation pictures...
Either way that was an expensive faux pas.
Of course, that'll buff out and only cost the taxpayer 500 large....
To quote Sancho Panza in reference to his abusive wife: "Whether the stone hits the pitcher, or the pitcher hits the stone, it's going to be bad for the pitcher."