Now this is something I would expect to see in downtown Detroit, but certainly not in downtown Montreal!
A giant replica of dog poop placed on a downtown Montreal bus shelter is part of a $950,000 city cleanliness campaign that includes circus street performances.
The dog excrement, complete with plastic flies, targets dog owners who don’t pick up after their pets, or who leave plastic bags full of feces on streets and sidewalks.
The bus shelter, at René-Lévesque Blvd. and Peel St., also features a poster showing a man sitting on a terrace next to a pile of excrement that appears to be several feet high. The tag line: “Ton caca de chien, ce n’est pas rien.” (Your dog poop, it’s not nothing.)
MEANWHILE: Mounties in Penticton, B.C., say they got quite an eyeful last week after a man peeled off his clothes and began washing himself with milk after inadvertently spraying bear spray down his pants.
RCMP spokesman Cpl. Don Wrigglesworth said officers were called to a local gas station shortly before 2 a.m. on Aug. 24 to find the victim completely naked.
“He was in excruciating pain and vigorously using his shirt to scrub his genitals with homogenized milk in an attempt to relieve the pain,” said Wrigglesworth.
The man told police he had been attacked by three unknown men, but Wrigglesworth said an investigation revealed the spray pattern “was consistent with the alleged victim carrying his own can of bear spray and it went off unintentionally.”
He said the victim then became uncooperative.
BUT THAT'S NOT THE END OF THE STORY, FOLKS:
Later that night, police were called to a home and found five people outside rolling on the ground after they, too, were hit with bear spray.
Wrigglesworth said the five were also uncooperative, but told police they were attacked over a debt.
They say life ain't fair and I guess they mean it kids!
Here is a house in Charlottetown, P.E.I. that's for sale for about $400,000-
AND, HERE'S A HOUSE IN VANCOUVER FOR THE SAME PRICE!