Guy investigated for using a drone to fly to the store and pick up his lunch

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So unjust.

An Australian man faces a huge fine after using his drone to fly to a local hardware store to pick up a sausage sandwich. 

Drone footage obtained by EFTM shows a man placing a note in plastic bag reading “Please buy snag and put in bag, here’s $10.” He then flies the drone to the local Bunnings Warehouse 2 kilometres (1.24 miles) away to collect his delicious prize.

Bunnings is a home and hardware chain that has routine fundraising barbecues at its stores. 

“Sausage sizzles” are basically social institutions in Australia, offering the opportunity to eat a cheap BBQ lunch and donate money to a local charity at the same time.  Read more…

More about Drone, Sausage Sizzle, Sausage, Australia, and Bunnings
Source: Mashable

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