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Guy Tests Drone Hexacopter With 80,000-Volt Taser

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Seen here about to fill the back of his pants with regret, a volunteer prepares to be tazed by the CUPID hexacopter. The CUPID has an 80,000-volt taser on board with a laser sight to make sure it shoots you right in the eyeballs. Pfft, I've been hit with 80,000 volts before and it didn't even stop me. Granted I was high as a jet plane on bath salts, but you could tell the cops were impressed. I'm joking, I've never done bath salts and I have no intention of starting now (although I did bite a bath bead once and puke in the tub).

Keep going for the video, then write your congressperson demanding these be outlawed.

Thanks to E V I L A R E S and OJ's Mom, who have both been hit with way more voltage and just laughed and laughed while it dawned on everyone watching that they were in the presence of actual superheroes.

There are Comments.
  • So they let a copter with 6 lethal spining rotors shoot someone with a non-lethal weapon ... hmmm

  • Tyler AitchKay

    Yeah, let's KEEP developing technology for skynet use. Great idea, everyone!

  • The Alchemist

    Biggest video letdown ever.

  • shoupart

    Wow. You managed to turn a video of a flying taser-shooting robot into something that's not only dull, but not even very funny.

  • Michelle

    At the end of the video you see that the leads are not coming from the copter.... So I am confused. Where is the actual charge coming from? There is another point in the video - maybe around 1 min where you see what looks like the lead wires coming out of the copter towards the back... so does it have a limited range and if so whats the point?

  • JJtoob

    Maybe what happens is that the cables aren't attached to, but pass through hooks on the drone, and the drone just shoots them. I can only imagine it is to keep the drone from being tugged and potentially damage it. I think what they can do is have detachable cables that will shoot, instantly shock, then release from the drone's end to avoid a crash.
    This is a test, so it isn't all too strange to have a situation with an unfinished product just to demonstrate other working functions such as targeting/controlling and shooting.

  • Grob

    fuck. that.

  • MustacheHam

    They are not only delivering packages, they are also delivering pain. >:3

  • fdafda

    unfortunately not a video of it delivering pain to the package...they should have taized the groin, instant doubling of any youtube video's quality and automatic win on america's funniest home videos

  • baal

    Are you offering to be the package getting it in the package?

  • fdafda

    obviously not, it has to be a surprise. but I'd like to fly the copter(i'd turn it on the "camera man" while having a random crowd goer filming it get him)

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