A drone dropped on Thursday dozens of small bags, containing one gram of cannabis each, above Tel Aviv's Rabin Square.
According to eyewitnesses, the wind carried the bags towards the main road adjacent to the square, as well as spread them all over the pavement of the nearby streets and in front of local businesses.
The unusual spectacle attracted dozens of bystanders who scattered to pick up the heaven-sent gift.
"I don't know if this stuff is real, but the idea is really cool," said Gaia, who was sitting at a nearby coffee house, before managing to grab a few bags for herself. Gaia continued to test the bag's contents personally, before finally affirming with a gratified exhale, "this stuff is great."
Before the incident took place, a user on the Telegram instant messaging app published a message to a group called "The Green Drone", informing its members of the airborne surprise.
"The excitement is at its peak. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It's the green drone," the message read. "Enjoy, my lovelies, your aerial brother is sending you free love for a fun weekend."
Police have arrested two men in their 30s on suspicion of operating the drone that delivered the illegal substance.
According to police, the two men were in possession of the drone, the drone's remote, as well as dozens of sealed bags identical to the ones distributed above Rabin Square.
"The distribution of the substance suspected to be a drug constitutes trafficking of a dangerous drug for all intents and purposes, thus the suspects will be investigated accordingly," read a s.