Tokyo prohibited drones in public parks
Tokyo imposed a temporary ban on the management of unmanned aircraft in 81 parks in the city. The measure was adopted for reasons of security and fines for violators reach ¥50,000 (8000 dollars). The decision was taken after a recent incident in which a man was able to land the drone carrying slightly radioactive liquid on the roof of the building, which houses the office of Prime Minister.
Phantom drone is carried with him a plastic bottle with water containing a small amount of cesium. Oddly crime is an act of protest against the policy of the Japan Atomic Energy. Despite public disapproval of the decision, the majority of nuclear reactors in the country will resume this summer. The offender has surrendered to police shortly after the opening of its submission drone. According to Japanese authorities incident reminds that weak regulation of unmanned aircraft could have serious consequences. According to The Japan Times, Tokyo rulers said they do not want to impose the ban and will avoid actual fining violators, but insist on understanding and cooperation of the citizens.