Police drone video shames people using national park during UK lockdown

Police drone video shames people using national park during UK lockdown

Derbyshire police have defended using a drone to shame people into staying away from a national park during the lockdown. The force tweeted footage taken near Curbar Edge in the Peak District, insisting members of the public should not be driving there to walk their dogs or take photographs. ‘It’s not Big Brother,’ a spokesman said. ‘It’s just to illustrate the fact that people are going out and making these journeys against the government’s rules.’
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