A helicopter pilot, who had landed in the parking lot of a school in Tisdale, Canada, to buy ice cream cakes from Dairy Queen, has been charged, according to police. (Image: Royal Canadian Mounted Police)
A man lands in his helicopter to buy ice cream cakes in front of an ice cream parlor in Canada. Now he has to answer in court.
Because he landed in a helicopter in front of an ice cream parlor to buy an ice cream cake, a man in Canada now has to answer to court. According to responsible police officials, the 34-year-old landed in his helicopter in a busy parking lot in late July in the small town of Tisdale in the central Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Dust and debris were thrown up during the landing.
A woman then got off the helicopter, went to a local branch of an ice cream parlor chain and bought an ice cream cake – “so it wasn’t an emergency landing”. Police said the 34-year-old pilot, who lives in a town about an hour and a half away by car, has a license to fly a helicopter, but was not allowed to land in the parking lot. That’s why the man who ‘brought ice cream cravings to a new level’ will now have to answer in court in September.
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