A Philadelphia-based remote pilot managed to accrue $182,000 in fines from the FAA. Renowned aviation attorney Jonathan Rupprecht says it's the second largest fine he knows of, to date, and explains how it happened.
No one on this forum could be guilty of anything like this. Oops.
"These clips also revealed flight in hazardous conditions including heavy rain, fog, snow, and close proximity to buildings in downtown Philadelphia. "
No more flying in rain, fog and snow. No need for a drone rain suit. Someone had some good videos of lightning though. No more videos of flying through mountain patchy fog. Flying in snow, who me? Nah. Flying near city buildings? Really, hey I live on a mountain top. I'm getting me a remote control sub.