"AN investigation has been launched after a model aircraft was illegally flown over a packed Croke Park.
The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) is attempting to find the pilot of the remote control plane that could have caused a tragedy, the Herald can reveal.
The model aircraft was flown over the Kerry v Mayo game on August 21. It was estimated that at least 50,000 people attended the game and, according to the IAA, such an amateur stunt could have ended in tragedy.
Aviation experts said a fan or one of the GAA players could have been killed or serious injured if the aircraft had failed.
A spokesperson for the Model Aeronautics Council described the pilot as "some maverick" who did "everything that must not be done when flying a remote controlled craft".
Since when did those that fly model planes become pilots?
They obviously don't need a license.
This case seems serious enough to involve the IAA.