DENVER - The John & Bob Denver International Airport located in the Rocky Mountain city of Denver is one of the first in the United States to report a wayward drone problem.
Airport director Washburn Bookbottom said that it became a full fledged safety issue a few days ago after a Happy Joy Airlines flight 999 from Aspen to Denver had to make a sharp right as it approached the airport landing strip.
The plane had to take the evasive maneuver in order to avoid hitting a drone that was carrying a package which was about the size of a standard upright freezer.
The flight was carrying 129 passengers who were coming in from Los Angeles and Aspen and since they were all high on pot (since it is now allowed on flights within Colorado), no one really got excited.
One of the flight attendants said that most of the passengers did not even notice the slight jolt that the pilot had to make in order to avoid the damn drone.
SIDENOTE: Rhiannon Dibbledew, spokesperson for Happy Joy Airlines has stated that President Obama will be made aware of the dangerous airport situation that took place due to the wayward drone.