Man Arrested For Drunkenly Telling Kids Santa Isn’t Real
Can we give you one piece of advice? Don’t. Mess. With. Santa.
Recently, a 24-year-old man in Kingston, Ontario (whose name has not been revealed) imbibed on a bit too much egg nog at the town’s annual Santa Claus parade, when he began drunkenly shouting to children that Santa does not exist. VERY NAUGHTY.
First of all. Lies! Second of all, we’re guessing this dude’s getting nothing but coal in his stocking this year. Well, coal and a court date.
Yes, the intoxicated Santa hater was quickly arrested — not for blaspheming Kris Kringle per say — but for public intoxication and breach of probation. Kingston police officer, Const. Steve Koopman says of the incident, “It was pretty despicable that someone, during this time of year, would tell kids Santa isn’t real — which of course we would argue.” Sounds like Steve is a true believer.