This year's most dangerous Christmas present might have been the hoverboard, but they aren't necessarily the gifts that caused the most damage. Back in October, the FAA predicted that more than a million drones would be sold this year for the holidays, ranging from high-end quadcopters to dinky drones you can buy for $20 at Wal-Mart.
What the FAA didn't predict is the amount of people who would completely destroy their drones on Christmas Day, maybe even before they could get them properly registered. The collection is surprisingly larger than you might expect.
Some crashed and burned, some got lost, and some landed in a lake, some got stuck in trees, some were attacked by puppies. Watch the videos below for a collection of Christmas' best drone fails from Mashable.