The aircraft was being flown by the owner who had obtained a restricted private pilot licence several hours prior to the accident, and had just completed an endorsement on the type. The front seat passenger was a licenced pilot with slightly more flying experience than the owner. During the landing, the aircraft touched down on one wheel, bounced and yawed to the left. The pilot commenced a go-around but the passenger took control of the aircraft from him. During the attempted go-around, the aircraft was observed to touch the ground again, before flying in a steeply nose high attitude over a parked aircraft and a building. As the aircraft passed over the building a wing dropped and the aircraft subsequently struck a fence post damaging the right stabilator. It became airborne again in a steeply nose high attitude before stall- mushing into the ground, impacting heavily approximately 600 metres from the initial point of touchdown.