A Man Roamed His Dog With A Drone In Order Not To Break The Quarantine (Video)

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A man living in Cyprus was able to walk his dog on the street without breaking the quarantine with his agile intelligence. The video published by the man who controlled it remotely with the drone he connected to the dog became a trend in social media.

These days we put ourselves in quarantine, we don’t know what we would have done without technology. While some people video chat on the internet, some artists started to perform on the internet again. The artists who take the musical instrument and face the camera manage to entertain their audience while having fun on the other hand.

A man living in Cyprus added a new dimension to his coronavirus quarantine using his creativity. The man, who wants to make sure that his dog is healthy and happy in the days when we are struggling with coronavirus, succeeded without disturbing the quarantine.

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‘Staying at home is safe, but don’t forget your dog’s happiness’:
In this video spread over the internet, it seems that the dog is walking on an empty road. So far, everything may seem normal, and the interesting part is a drone that is attached to the dog. Thanks to the drone, the dog, who is guided from where to go from afar, looks quite pleased with his condition. At the end of the video, the camera turns to the person controlling the drone and the message ‘It is safe to stay at home but do not forget your dog’s happiness’ appears on the screen.

According to the information found on Facebook, the name of the person who came up with this great idea is Vakis Demetriou. Demetriou, who lives in Limassol, which is affiliated to Cyprus, gained the love and respect of many pet owners with this video. The video shared on Wednesday has been spreading rapidly since the day it was shared. More than 1 million watched videos have become viral on the Internet.

Demetriou stated that the title of the video is on the 5th day of the quarantine. Currently, there are 67 coronavirus cases in Cyprus. Unfortunately, doctors and nurses are among those caught with the virus.

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