droneWatch out drone enthusiasts – a bill introduced by Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb could limit where you’re able to fly your favorite unmanned aircraft.

The bill – introduced Wednesday by Kolb – would place restrictions on where and how you’re allowed to fly a drone.

Drones would not be allowed outside of specifically designated areas, more than 400 feet in the air, within restricted airspace, near stadiums, or where you can’t see it while you’re flying it. The punishment? You’ll be paying up to $1,000 in fines or spend 90 days behind bars.

In his memo on the bill, Kolb mentions an incident where a drone flew into the stands during the U.S. Open in September.

Drone regulations were also pitched by U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer earlier this year after a drone landed on top of the state capitol building. Schumer’s law would mandate geo-fencing for drones – where drones are programmed to stay away from certain areas, like a state government building for example.