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Real one has become available - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-scotland-40662322/divers-recover-world-war-two-highball-bomb - might need a bigger drone.Do they do Bouncing Bombs for drones?
A friend of mine was driving alone over that causeway in the mid-80s, in an old lowlight, sidevalve Morris Minor, at around 3am. As most people do, he glanced sideways when he came to the railings in the middle - and saw an array of coloured lights approaching from the dam end at high speed. He barely had time to wonder what was happening before there was a huge noise, shaking the car, which then immediately ceased to function entirely - no engine, no lights - nothing. It just stopped in the road. Total darkness and silence followed.
Having watched Close Encounters not long before, he was a bit perturbed, though not usually a particularly excitable chap. After a few minutes, when no attempts at abduction had commenced, he decided to risk turning a torch on to see what might have stopped the car functioning - and found his ignition switch in bits on the floor, presumably have been shaken apart by the (equally presumably) RAF jet that had buzzed him.
The Mavic has exclusion zones built on; when we were in Scilly the OH had to keep registering so it wasn't blocked when he tried to fly; can't be too difficult to do the same here.