If you were planning on flying your drone anywhere near Levi's Stadium during Super Bowl Sunday, think again.
The Federal Aviation Administration has banned the use of UAVs within a 32-mile radius of the stadium on game day.
Any drones spotted within the prohibited area could face "deadly force," FAA spokesman Ian Gregor told NBC News.
The FAA also released a 20-second video to help get their message out to drone pilots:
"Bring your lucky jersey. Bring your face paint. Bring your team spirit. But leave your drone at home. The Super Bowl is a 'No Drone Zone.'"
While the restriction may seem a bit excessive, it's actually a common precaution for large events. The FAA usually places restrictions on the airspace around any major event with attendance of 30,000 people or more, including sporting events and concerts.