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A Brooklyn photographer lost a piece of her nose but gained the holiday spirit, after staff at the famous Sheepshead Bay T.G.I. Friday's mistakenly attacked with her a rotary-wing surveillance aircraft intended to coerce restaurant patrons into making out.
Courier Life photographer Georgine Benvenuto became the latest civilian casualty of an off-target drone strike last Thursday as she was attempting to track the corporate restaurant chain's "mistletoe drones"
originally posted by: FlySolo
a reply to: theantediluvian
Man is your title ever misleading. I was expecting to see it crash in the restaurant and was already preparing my response. Instead, I see an attempt to demonize UAVs straight out. While I would still say it's incredibly stupid to fly a phantom indoors like that seeing it relies on GPS horizontal stabilization which requires more pilot skill without it. Not going to get any GPS 8 satellite link minimum for stabilization indoors.