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A mother and daughter sunbaking session was rudely interrupted by a flying drone, which had managed to hover above the unaware pair for half an hour.

Melissa Rays and her daughter Morgaine Halligan, 23, were enjoying an evening in the sun at Ms Rays’ home in Auckland, New Zealand when they noticed an unwanted visitor in their backyard.

Ms Halligan told the New Zealand Herald she was changing inside a fenced-off backyard about 7pm when she saw the drone.

 

Morgaine Halligan, 23, was sunbaking when she noticed a drone hovering overhead

Ms Halligan said she was changing inside a fenced-off backyard about 7pm when she saw the drone

Ms Halligan said she was changing inside a fenced-off backyard about 7pm when she saw the drone

She was worried the drone was being used by thieves to scout potential break-ins, as there had been a spate of burglaries in the area

She was worried the drone was being used by thieves to scout potential break-ins, as there had been a spate of burglaries in the area

‘My mum was in her bikini in our private area also. It hovered above us for another 15 minutes. It is just creepy as you don’t know what the purpose may be,’ she said.

‘We are worried now. When I come around to my mum’s house we spend a lot of time outside, and now we don’t know if a drone will be there.’

Ms Halligan said the drone was seen flying around other properties in their Mt Wellington neighbourhood.

She was worried the drone was being used by thieves to scout potential break-ins, as there had been a spate of burglaries in the area.

 Ms Halligan said the drone was seen flying around other properties in their Mt Wellington neighbourhood

 Ms Halligan said the drone was seen flying around other properties in their Mt Wellington neighbourhood

Melissa Rays was also sunbaking when the drone was flying overhead

Melissa Rays was also sunbaking when the drone was flying overhead

A neighbour called police and was referred to the Civil Aviation Authority, according to Ms Halligan

A neighbour called police and was referred to the Civil Aviation Authority, according to Ms Halligan

A neighbour called police and was referred to the Civil Aviation Authority, according to Ms Halligan.

‘It’s a private area – there should be repercussions. They can’t just go and film in people’s backyards. I don’t want myself filmed getting changed in the backyard, it is not right.’

Drone users are required to gain permission before using them over private residences, as per CAA rules.



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