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Topic - Sabelo Dlamini
Witches in Swaziland — where witchcraft is serious business — aren't cleared to fly their broomsticks higher than 150 meters and violators may be arrested and fined.
Witches are still free to fly lower than 150 meters, or about 500 feet, he said.
The statute came to light when Mr. Dlamini was asked to explain the arrest of a private detective for flying a toy helicopter with a video camera to gather surveillance.