I wonder how long it will be until someone crashes it? If it happens, I bet that won't make the 10 o'clock news!
Correct me if I am wrong but Top Gear used this quite a while ago. Just before they crossed this river:
The Makeshift Car Ferry - Top Gear - Africa Special: Part 2 - BBC Two - YouTube
They were looking for a bridge with it?
BBC News - 'Hexacopter' changes the way TV reporters work
Load of rubbish, no they don'tQuote:
It also means we have to log a flight plan before every take-off.