Man lands in front of an ice cream parlor in Canada by helicopter and has to go to court

Man lands in front of an ice cream parlor in Canada by helicopter and has to go to court

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)

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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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