As a number of drones grew, people got tired of these flying bots used for spying and advertising. Imagine a butterfly that hangs right before your face while targeting your eyes with stereoscopic commercials! The first cases of drone hunting were plain self-defense but soon it turned into a sort of public sport. Since gun shooting is generally condemned nowadays, people use low-tech weaponry - bows, crossbows, slingshots. In youth gangs and clandestine Robin Hood clubs, hunters boast their scores of downed drones. Governments try to fight this illegal entertainment but human rights advocates protect archers as “fighters for privacy”, so the issue is still unsolved. Some activists insist that drone hunting must become an official sport.