I attended a 4th of July fireworks event on Monday. As expected the park was packed- thousands of people enjoying food stands, face painting, and even some kids rides. As it approached 9pm everyone gathered for the fireworks, and I see some guy going through the collaboration of his Phantom. I am thinking to myself, there is no way this guy is going to launch a Phantom in a huge crowed with less then 8ft of clearance between him and the nearest group. As I continued to watch him, all indications were he was going for it. I thought of approaching him to compliment his choice of a Phantom and politely remind him of FAA rules, not to mention safety. I don't know if this is true, but I have heard the Phantom propellors spin so fast they can take off a finger. Whether that is true or not, launching in a crowed is reckless. That's when it occurred to me that if a grown adult (over 50) doesn't have the sound judgment to realize this was a poor idea, then I don't think he will be open to my comments. So I asked a nearby Police Officer to assess the situation. It stayed off and I could enjoy the show with my familiar without worrying about a drone dropping on my head. I love my P4, but there is a time and place for these things.