Tourist caught flying drone over Spanish Steps

Polish tourist cited for breach of Rome's drone ban.

A 34-year-old Polish tourist was detained by Rome police after being caught flying a drone over the city's 17th-century Spanish Steps on 26 June.

The tourist, whose drone was confiscated by police, faces charges of breaking Rome's strict no-fly policy.

In March the city's police caught three Chinese tourists flying a drone over the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine.

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Tourist caught flying drone over Spanish Steps

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