Operating a drone in Japan while drunk could lead to a year in prison thanks to new legislation.
The law, passed by the country’s parliament this week, seeks to rein in growing use of the unmanned aerial vehicles.
Those found to be intoxicated while flying a drone could also face a fine of up to 300,000 yen (£2,200).
The law covers drones weighing more than 200g (7oz) and also puts limits on where drones can be flown …
BBC | June 13, 2019