At first, I thought this was an aviation hoax. I always took for granted that there was some kind of physics principle that required airplanes to have the right side and left side mirror images. However, the German Luftwaffe had a reconnaissance plane that was radically asymmetrical. This was the Blohm and Voss Bv. 141. It must have to be the weirdest airplane ever designed, built, and actually flown! Why the Germans decided to design this airplane, I have no idea. But also, the three guys (pilot, observer, and gunner) that rode in the cockpit must have had a lot of daring. They made about 20 of these planes; and they were described as 'operational.'