You won’t believe how this man managed to land his drone on biggest warship in Britain, video goes viral; WATCH

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Published: August 14, 2017 6:18:43 PM

The drone pilot is a member of the Black Isle Images amateur photography group.

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According to details in BBC website, the 70,000-tonne Queen Elizabeth is the biggest warship ever built for the Royal Navy. (Photo from Facebook page of Black Isle Images)

The United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence is reviewing security after a tiny drone landed on the deck of Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier i.e. Britain’s biggest warship. According to a report in BBC, an amateur photographer flew the drone close to the giant ship, when the Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier was docked at Invergordon in the Highlands. The incident happened when the aircraft sensed a high wind risk and later it landed itself on the £3 bn warship, as per a BBC report.

According to the pilot, “I could have carried two kilos of Semtex and left it on the deck of Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier.”

He says, “I was surprised to have been unchallenged.” The man asked not to be named.

According to details in BBC website, the 70,000-tonne Queen Elizabeth is the biggest warship ever built for the Royal Navy. It is due to be commissioned by the Queen later this year.

The drone pilot is a member of the Black Isle Images amateur photography group.

Here is the VIDEO of the incident:-

According to a spokesman for the UK Ministry of Defence, they take the security of HMS Queen Elizabeth very seriously, as per a BBC report.

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