A school in Belgium is apparently using military-style drones to stop pupils cheating during exams.
According to the Mirror, the flying robots – used by the US army to spy behind enemy lines – are being used by Thomas More school in Mechelen, Belgium.
The miniature DJI Phantom aircraft, equipped with a GoPro video camera, requires one invigilator to control it while another checks the video monitor for any devious activity by students.
The school has posted a tongue-in-cheek YouTube video showing how it can sneakily peek over students' shoulders as they do their exams. As if they aren't under enough stress!
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