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TGI Fridays' "mobile mistletoe drone" left a woman bloody and missing a piece of her nose last week.
Photographer Georgine Benvenuto was at a Fridays in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, when one of the operators tried to land the 10-inch aircraft on her hand, but clipped off a part of her nose instead.
"It literally chipped off a tip of my nose," Benvenuto told the Brooklyn Daily. "It took off part of my nose and cut me here, right under my chin."
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The drone's operator said the mistake wouldn't have happened if the woman hadn't flinched, according to the website.
"This was an isolated event during a demonstration for the reporter and photographer only, given by the licensed operator of the drone during the last day of this particular promotion," TGIF Fridays said, in a statement. "Of course, safety is our first priority and we are sorry that this isolated incident occurred."
The drones were intended to hover over couples and inspire a little "mobile mistletoe mischief," according to promotional material for the event. "If guests show a little love under the mistletoe, Fridays might just show them a little love with some nice holiday gifts," Fridays said in a press release last week.