Touch and go
The small GA airport in the town Stefan and I grew up in had this tire testing center right next to it. In addition to a circular track and a sort of race track layout, it also had a long straight to test something on tires you need a long straight for. Well, you probably guessed it; with this being the times before Foreflight and GPS, every now and then, somebody would land at the tire center instead of the airport. In the States I would imagine this not being a very big deal for the most part, but with the rules in Austria, this was considered an off-airport landing and they had to get permission to take off from there again. Don’t quote me on the exact rules please, it has been a long time, but I remember it being quite a production when I was actually working at the airport in my teens.
Later in my aviation career, we had a guy I knew getting pulled over by a State Trooper in his helicopter! This guy was doing a movie shoot filming a few Harleys going down the road where he was so low the entire time, the trooper actually almost literally pulled him over with his cruiser (he somehow got him to land and talk). The pilot also didn’t have a permit for filming and actually ended up with a bunch of highway fines rather than FAA fines. I guess what brought out the trooper in the first place was he was flying down the opposing lanes getting just enough altitude briefly to clear oncoming traffic and one of those drivers called him in.
And this is exactly why Chicken Wings probably won’t run out of material for a while …