Down in Albuquerque, the mayoral race is starting to heat up, and some people have already made their decisions on their feelings toward candidate and Bernalillo County Sheriff Manuel Gonzales.

Gonzales was hosting a meet and greet at an event center to make time to answer citizens' questions.

During his speech and their Q&A, a distracting drone sound could be heard about half an hour into the event.

In the livestreamed video, the drone floats into shot, with about a 10" dildo hanging off of the bottom of it, freely swinging around.

Andrellita Trujhero via Facebook
Andrellita Trujhero via Facebook

Gonzales tried to continue his speech, but the hanging peen floating in front of his face was too much of a distraction, causing him to trail off his sentences.

As it got a little bit lower to the stage, the event center's owner grabbed the dildo, ripping it off of the drone and sending the drone into a spiral.

You can watch the full speech if you want, but the money shot is at about 27 minutes.

The dildo-copter's owner, 20-year-old Kaelan Ashby Dreyer, ran up to try and retrieve it from him. When he was unsuccessful, he turned and took a swing at Sheriff Gonzales and called him a "tyrant."

Dreyer's punch reportedly struck Gonzaels' hand before he was removed by deputies.

Gonzales believes Dreyer was one of many accomplices, as he thought he could spot the pilot of the drone standing on the other side of the event center's space.

Dreyer has been charged with petty misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor resisting, evading or obstructing an officer.

Read more at Associated Press

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