Afraid for his life, Durban pastor attacks neighbour’s drone

Fulcrum29

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There was a guy in Gordon's Bay who also checked for water leaks at everyone's home but his own. As far as I know he was caught, said he was doing it for the local security company which wasn't the case and I don't know much more of this. Some people are just too curious for their own good, some regard peeking on others as their civil duty...

Yeah, checking for a water leak through your neighbour's window is highly questionable. I guess the drone operator was caught with his pants down.
 

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Would like to hear what the lawyery type manager (judge) will have to say on this
 

Fulcrum29

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Would like to hear what the lawyery type manager (judge) will have to say on this
https://uavcoach.com/drone-laws-in-south-africa/

General Rules for Flying a Drone in South Africa
Based on our research and interpretation of the laws, here are the most important rules to know for flying a drone in South Africa.
  • Drones may not be flown 10 kilometers (6 miles) or closer to an airport without special permission from the SACAA.
  • Drones weighing more than 7 kilograms (15.4 pounds) may not be flown.
  • Drones may not be flown within 50 meters (164 feet) of people or private property (without permission from the property owner).
  • Drone pilots must maintain a visual line of contact with their drones at all times while in flight.
  • Drones may only be flown during daylight hours.
  • And according to the SANPark website, “The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited.”
As far as I know for point 3, you require explicit permission from the local authority and property owner, it also applies to people, roads and buildings.
 

Gnome

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Sounds like the Pastor's neighbor needs a good PK.

Boundary wall thing already made the situation clear. He lost because he wasn't following the rules but like a typical sociopath that always blames other decided that the other person is obviously in the wrong and therefore should continue to bear the brunt of his c#ntish behavior.

Overall don't see this going well for said drone owner.
 
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