Man Arrested for Public Intoxication and Trying to Ruin Christmas

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You can take your pick of Christmas villains. There is Ebenezer Scrooge, the Grinch, and the Yeti who tried to eat Rudolph. The one thing they have in common is that they tried to ruin Christmas for children by saying bah humbug, stealing their presents, or killing the little reindeer responsible for delivering them. Now you can add a man from Kingston, Ontario to

the list. The twenty-four year old was arrested for public

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drunkenness at the annual Santa Claus parade on November 17th. The charges levied against him by the Kingston Police officially include Causing a Disturbance by Being Drunk, Breach of Probation, and a Liquor License Act offense of Public Intoxication. His unofficial faux pas was telling children that Santa Claus does not exist, an offense that some would call much worse. The man was picked up by police who identified him from his unique hairstyle shaped to look like horns coming out of his head. He was kept in a holding cell overnight.

Source courtesy of The Huffington Post. Image courtesy of CBC News.