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The video is a visit to Menai Bridge Police Station in Anglesey, Wales, by a group of individuals. They discuss the appearance of the station and fly a drone over the premises. A neighbor expresses concern about privacy and the use of drones, and a police officer informs them that they cannot fly their drone without a license and that they are not allowed to film the police station.

The group debates the legality of flying a drone over private property and discusses their right to film in public places. They eventually decide to wait for the police to arrive and continue filming the premises. The video features a variety of interactions with locals, including the police officer and the concerned neighbor.

The video ultimately highlights the complex and sometimes contentious issues surrounding the use of drones and the right to film in public spaces. The group’s visit to the police station demonstrates the tensions that can arise when individuals exercise their rights to fly drones and film in public places.

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