Buzzing the neighbor’s house: You might get a reprimand from the FAA. You might also get your plane plenty perforated. Flying in Thomson, Georgia could be as hazardous as forward air control duty in Vietnam.
Outside, at least one of the men accosted the aircraft and its pilot, reportedly threatening to shoot down the plane if it flew over homes that low again.
Must be a new dimension in Southern hospitality.
I’m thinking legal altitudes will increase longevity in Georgia. Either that, or a really fast plane.