Hey guys! So those "zombies" walking around festivals, you know what I mean, apparently get mesmerized by the blinking lights of the drone. They desperately want to touch it, seriously, there was this woman coming in while I was taking off with her arm and finger pointing out she was going to touch it. Fortunately I had a friend of mine who was doing crowd control, but lesson learned - stoned people like drones too much. Here is a video of one of those encounters - the girl is shouting "get out get out get out" in portuguese and I had to shove him off because he wouldnt leave. He ended up falling on the grass and stayed there for a couple of hours. For the record, I was hired to film there, specifically those VIP lounges like the one you see in the back. I only flew on those areas with no people, and never on top of crowds. My max altitude was 15 meters, and I was always really wary because of all the mixed radio signals that could interfere, and also because it was at the sea side so there was a lot of wind. All went well, but now that I experienced something like this, I know how unconscious it can be for people to fly any kind of drone on a festival on top of crowds. I lost control of the drone 2 times, fortunately for us Inspire owners, the return home works pretty well (and I gained control 2 or 3 seconds after because I have my channels set on auto). There are just too much radio signals and all sorts of wireless communications going on. Also, festival zombies. Fly safe!