Strapping a Razor Blade to a Drone Is the Least Safe Way to Play Fruit Ninja

Alongside games like Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja was one of the early iPhone hits that we all eventually got tired of and buried in a folder somewhere. But YouTuber Giaco Whatever came up with an incredibly dangerous way to make the game interesting again: try it in real life with a flying razor blade.


It’s important to note that attaching a razor to a drone flying at 70 miles per hour is a ridiculously unsafe thing to do, and should only be attempted by those with access to a slo-mo camera—one that can capture some wonderful high-speed footage of bananas, apples, and cucumbers getting hacked up in the air. There are no high scores in this version of the game, though, unless you get points for how many fingers you have left afterwards.



Arggh! there goes a...snake a snake!

Imagine someone using this to inflict harm on a large group of people. I’ve already seen people use drones at sporting events or around other large groups of people. Only a matter of time until someone uses them for something evil.