Drones are everywhere these days. If they're not used for work, or creativity, it's definitely for shenanigans. Such is the case with TGI Friday's. The restaurant chain is capitalizing on the drone craze, at least in the United Kingdom, by using the devices to interact with customers dining in.
In an effort to promote holiday togetherness, a Manchester TGI Friday's is taking part in a Christmas-inspired project. A low-hanging piece of mistletoe will be attached to the drone and flown across the restaurant. It will hover over diners, putting them on blast and awkwardly suggesting a kiss. All of which will be recorded on a kiss cam.
We imagine whoever is piloting the drones will have loads of fun with this.