Cattle Gets 'Zapped' by Anti-Drone Tech During 'Mission Impossible' Filming in England, Media Says

© REUTERS / YARA NARDIActor Tom Cruise is seen on the set of "Mission: Impossible 7" while filming in Rome, Italy, October 6, 2020.
Actor Tom Cruise is seen on the set of Mission: Impossible 7 while filming in Rome, Italy, October 6, 2020. - Sputnik International, 1920, 11.09.2021
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The cows reportedly turned out to be “OK” once the scrambling device used by the film crew got switched off.
The filming of the upcoming seventh installment of the “Mission: Impossible” movie franchise has apparently created quite a disturbance at a field in Cumbria, England due to the equipment used in the process, The Sun reports.
According to the newspaper, an entire field of cows in the Lake District ended up collapsing “in confusion” after getting “zapped” when the film crew employed scrambling devices “used to prevent drones interfering” during the shooting of a scene where Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise leaps out of a helicopter.
"A high frequency noise was used to prevent drones flying near him during the parachute jumps but the tech was very strong and made an entire nearby field of cows fall over," a source reportedly said. "Thankfully, they were OK once the scrambling device was switched off."
The newspaper also mentions that Cruise conversed with some of the locals, thanking them for letting him "be in a county of such beauty”.
“A high frequency noise was used to prevent drones flying near him during the parachute jumps but the tech was very strong and made an entire nearby field of cows fall over," a source reportedly said. "Thankfully, they were OK, once the scrambling device was switched off."
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