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A promotional stunt at a New York TGI Fridays restaurant nearly ended when a drone crashed into a photographer, lacerating her nose with its unguarded rotor.
The restaurant was flying the drone as part of a "Mobile Mistletoe" promotion in which the remote-controlled helicopter-style drone was adorned with mistletoe to inspire patrons to kiss on camera, reports Brooklyn Daily. But the holiday cheer was in short supply after one of the drones went out of control and took a chunk out of the nose of a photographer there to cover the event.
As the photographer's injuries did not appear to be serious, the restaurant may have narrowly dodged being involved in a potential personal injury lawsuit. But what lessons should business owners take from this close call with a drone?
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