Tisdale in Canada: Buying Cake by Helicopter

Tisdale in Canada: Buying Cake by Helicopter

Do you like to bike to the nearest pastry shop? Or do you want to go faster by car? After all, a man in Canada decided to fly by helicopter.

On the afternoon of July 31, a helicopter landed in a parking lot in the small town of Tisdale, Saskatchewan. Police now announced. While landing it was said that he had thrown dust and debris. Some residents of Tisdale initially thought it was a medical emergency because of the helicopter’s red paintwork, reports “Guardian”. But it turned out to be a mistake.

“The investigation revealed that the landing was not an emergency,” police said: “A passenger on the helicopter got off the plane and went to a nearby fast food restaurant to buy ice cream cakes.” with the passenger it must be loud CBC Worked for a woman.

“I thought someone must be hungry”

Police then determined that the pilot was said to be a 34-year-old man from the town of Leroy, about 140 km away. He had a license to fly a helicopter, but was not allowed to land in the parking lot. The man is to answer in court in September.

The mayor of Tisdale also commented on the unusual incident in his town. “Well, I thought someone must be hungry,” said Al Jellicoe at the CBC. But there were no casualties as the parking was empty at the time of landing. “I think it’s not right,” Jellicoe says. According to the police, there is a school and swimming pool near the parking lot.

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