- Machine was part of robotics show at Ogaki Park in Gifu Prefecture on Saturday
- The drone was tossing out sweets to a gathered crowd below when it lost control
- It crash-landed among the tech fans cut six people’s foreheads and shoulders
Six people have been injured after a drone fell from the sky after spinning out of control in Japan.
The machine was part of a robotics showcase at Ogaki Park in Gifu Prefecture on Saturday.
It was tossing out sweets to the gathered crowd below when it malfunctioned and plummeted into tech fans.
The machine is seen hovering above the crowd as part of a robotics showcase at Ogaki Park in Gifu Prefecture on Saturday
The gathered crowd rush to help those hit by the drone after it fell from the sky in Japan
The drone was tossing out sweets to the gathered tech fans below as part of the convention
The moment was captured on camera by one audience member who happened to be filming the treats being launched out by the drone.
Suddenly, the 89cm by 50cm machine starts spiralling out of control and plunges into the crowd.
It hit at least six people, who suffered minor injuries such as cuts to their foreheads and shoulders.
Police are now said to be investigating the incident, according to the Japan Times, after the video emerged.