Boy in 'protective custody' for attempting to fly 'flying machine

Fayaz was kept in official custody when he was about to fly his device in the field of a village
Fayaz was kept in official custody when he was about to fly his device in the field of a village .


Media report on monday had it that Punjab province police took into prodtective custody a Pakistani student for attempting to fly a "machine" he built.

Fayaz was kept in official custody when he was about to fly his device in the field of a village in Muhammad Nagar of Arifwala, Punjab province a newspaper reported.

 Fayaz said he sold his four-kanal (0.5 acre) land he had inherited and invested the money into developing the flying machine.

 On Sunday, hundreds of villagers gathered as he was about to test the machine. However, someone informed Rang Shah police who cordoned off the fields and stopped Fayaz from operating the machine.

 Witnesses said police carried the machine in a tractor trolley and took it to the police station along with Fayaz. No first information report was registered against him and the youth was in custody, the report said.

Rang Shah Station House Officer Nisar Bhatti told Dawn that Fayaz had only been taken into protective custody and the unreliable machine impounded to ensure it did not cause any harm to villagers who had gathered to witness the experiment.

 He said they have asked experts to check the machine and how it would function
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