Here’s another story for the “Drones Behaving Badly” file.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say they questioned a man who flew a drone over Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium during a Carolina Panthers NFL preseason game on August 17.
The Charlotte Observer reports, the man was released and the FAA was notified.
Invasion of Panther airspace is banned by both the NFL and the Federal Aviation Administration.
“We have leaguewide policies that prohibit any type of drone in parking lots or in stadiums,” said Brian McCarthy, an NFL spokesman.
He said he was not aware of drones invading any other NFL venues.
“We are closely monitoring this issue with our clubs,” McCarthy said.