Violence is never the answer, boys and girls.

Above we have a lovely video of an unusual incident at a political rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico that's causing quite a stir on the internet. You can see a little bit of what happened, but the gist of it is that a man flew a dildo attached to a drone while a mayoral candidate gave a speech on stage.

"It was a coordinated effort, very intentional, and these people were trained," Mayoral candidate Manny Gonzales said according to the New York Post.

Where do you get trained for something like that? Is there a Dongcopter training facility out there that we don't know about? Honestly, guys, that's the story I'm really looking for.

It was also reported that the man responsible took a swing at the candidate, but apparently didn't hurt him much. You can only see a limited bit of what happened in the video, so I don't want to speculate for long over that part. I don't think they meant to get violent. I think it's just a silly prank, and I sure do enjoy those.

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Apparently, this isn't the first time that the "Dongcopter" has been out and about harassing politicians. The flying sex toy has its own Twitter account where you can see it in action in other places.

It looks as though Gonzales believed all of this was set up by Tim Keller, the man running against him, but the Twitter account for Dongcopter denies that completely and doesn't seem to care much for the opposing candidate either, according to a post that has since been removed:

“For the record @SheriffManny/@MannyForABQ Tim Keller sucks too (more on that later) but at least he isn’t a corrupt cop trump nut who fought against police lapel cams and every other form of accountability for years. We are all dongcopter. Not you tho.”

You can check out this other hilarious video of the Dongcopter in action below. I can think of a few different people that I wouldn't mind flying one of those over. It doesn't get a whole lot saltier than this.


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