That's funny! I guess it should be in a closed convention or event location. Without people or perhaps a shot with no one directly underneath.
Like CES, which is going on right now in LV? They are all flying in a cage, far as I can tell, and good thing, too. Just ask Tahoe "crash" Ed, right?
Look, I'm not saying it can't be done. I'm just saying that it should only be done prudently and under very controlled (ie, closed set) circumstances . There's a reason the networks broadcasting NFL games are using cablecam to film overhead shots instead of drones (and they would have the budget to buy the latest and greatest drones available).