No you can’t go get ice cream in a helicopter


Charges were laid after a man from Leroy, Sask., Stopped by the Tisdale Dairy Queen for an ice cream – in his helicopter.

The RCMP received a complaint on July 31 that a helicopter had landed in a busy 101st Street parking lot in Tisdale.

When it landed, dirt and debris blew through the area, which is near schools and the local aquatic center.

When police investigated, they determined the landing was not an emergency – a helicopter passenger was heading into the store to buy ice cream cake.

Officers also found that even though the pilot was licensed, it was illegal to land where he did.

On August 4, the pilot was charged with one count of dangerous aircraft operation, under section 320.13 (1) (a) of the Criminal Code. He will appear in court in Melfort on September 7, 2021.

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Susan McNeil is in charge of municipal and court affairs. She can be reached at 306-764-4276 ext 230 or by email at [email protected] His latest articles can be found at https://paherald.sk.ca/author-susanmcneil/

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