LOWER MANHATTAN, Manhattan (WABC) -- There was an unprecedented light show on Thursday night over the Hudson River.
Pre-programmed drones moved around the night sky to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the game Candy Crush.
It appears the show went off without a hitch, but New York State Senator Brad Hoylman says the show should have never been approved.
"Nobody owns New York City's skyline - it is a public good and to allow a private company to reap profits off it is in itself offensive," said Hoylman.
Hoylman also has concerns about public safety and wildlife.
The FAA issued a waiver to allow the show to take place.
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