The visiting South African cricket team apologised on Thursday to the Bangladesh authority for using a drone during a practice session in Dhaka that breached national security and general safety regulations. Bangladesh cricket authorities ordered a halt to use of the drone which had been taking photos of the South African players during the Proteas’ first training on Wednesday. ‘The
SA take authorities by surprise with drone
Visiting South Africa sprung a surprise on Wednesday when they used a drone camera in their first training session, apparently to record the movement of the players. The team’s technical analyst Prasanna Agoram used the camera through a remote control to take an aerial view of the practice session, prompting an immediate protest from the Bangladesh Cricket Board.