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Nottingham man in court (UK)

Thank god they are at last prosecuting this idiot.... The bad news is, I think he is still at it and now has an Inspire !!!

He used to call his channel PV2 Plus Adventures but since the CAA got hold of him he has subsequently changed it to Drone4 Adventures

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQsyuNiqC5ERlqdvl5ak9jg/videos

Oh...... and he chooses to upload a video shot on the Inspire the same day he gets charged with 17 counts of breach of the ANO by the CAA..... what a complete ar*ehole!
 
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Thank god they are at last prosecuting this idiot.... The bad news is, I think he is still at it and now has an Inspire !!!

He used to call his channel PV2 Plus Adventures but since the CAA got hold of him he has subsequently changed it to Drone4 Adventures

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQsyuNiqC5ERlqdvl5ak9jg/videos

Oh...... and he chooses to upload a video shot on the Inspire the same day he gets charged with 17 counts of breach of the ANO by the CAA..... what a complete ar*ehole!

That man should never, I really mean never, get to touch an aircraft/drone again.

Looked at this one... :eek:

 
Aside from the fact that the behaviour is reprehensible, the actual production value of these videos is pretty much '0'. Image quality is poor, editing is bad, music selection doesn't fit the content of the footage, etc. At least if the risk was calculated and lead to some majestic shots, I would partly understand, but this seems to be done only for the sake of flying, which in my mind doesn't make sense when you own these things. I am sure there are plenty of beautiful things to shoot from the air in the UK that don't require special permission.
 

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