Sundar Pichai runs a very simple Twitter account – which includes sharing blog posts by Google, updates about the company’s latest products, tweeting festive greetings and retweeting articles that he sees. come. But this morning, the CEO of Google and Alphabet surprised some of his followers when he retweeted a video of an alligator seeing smoke coming out of his mouth after catching a drone.
Footage reportedly shot in Florida shows the alligator moving around the small drone with its jaws outstretched. However, the device is likely to burn after sometime, as the video shows smoke coming out of the animal’s mouth.
In a caption accompanying the video, the drone operator confessed that they were trying to take a close-up shot of the animal and thought the drone sensors would help it keep a safe distance from the crocodile.
The drone operator wrote, “We were trying to open the crocodile’s mouth and thought the drone would fly. This was our second time using the Spark.”
The footage was shared on Twitter this morning by Chris Anderson, founder and former CEO of California-based drone company 3DR. Sharing the clip, he wrote, “The crocodile snatches the drone from the air and immediately catches fire in its mouth.” Sundar Pichai retweeted his post without any additional comments.
(Disclaimer: The content of this video may be disturbing to the viewers.)
Alligator snatches drone out of the air and it promptly catches fire in its mouth https://t.co/vDfidrrhsz
— Chris Anderson (@chr1sa) September 1, 2021