Gawker's Jay Hathaway posted this video of a fight that happened after a teenage boy flew a drone over a beach in Connecticut:

The woman in this video is wholly unsympathetic, of course. If you have a disagreement with someone, you shouldn't use physical force to make your point. We live in a civilization. We're not animals, and we shouldn't respond to tense situations with violence. But at some point, someone is going to fly a drone by the windows of an apartment building and things are going to end with a fistfight. We're going to need a whole new set of laws for drone usage, because cameras agitate the fuck out of people.

In related news, beloved theater chain Alamo Drafthouse has officially banned Google Glass during movies. Devin Faraci at Badass Digest explains, "You'll be able to wear your dumb Glass in the door, but once the movie starts you have to take it off. " Glassholes are getting offended on Twitter, but the Alamo has always had a strong anti-texting/anti-talking policy, and this just seems like an extension of that. A lot of Glassholes argue that cameras will be everywhere in the future and that you won't be able to tell when you're being recorded. And that's true. But when people believe they're being photographed against their will, people get upset. I don't think that particular aspect of humanity is going to change along with technology.