29 June 2010

Stop... or I'll strip!

Gives a whole new meaing to the phrase... improvised explosive devices...

-- SEELEYS BAY -- De Florio has discovered that if she goes out topless, the boy's horrified grandparents rush the child into the house.

She is not breaking the law, because in Canada women are allowed to be topless. "There is not a criminal charge for that ... not since 1996," said Toronto Police Const. Isabelle Cotton.
Hopefully this thing doesn't go nuclear... wait...
De Florio, 60, said a relative Googled her name on the Internet and was astounded to find "more than 70,000 items from all areas of the world" after the story was picked up from the Toronto Sun.
Her 15 minutes of fame.


9 comments:

Frances said...

A five-year-old on an ATV? Hope he at least has a helmet on.

Neo Conservative said...

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kid rolls that machine on top of himself... helmet ain't gonna help.

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Frances said...

Are the grandparents trying for the Darwin awards?

Neo Conservative said...

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i guess kids grow up faster these days... you're old enough for training pants... you're old enough to drive a motorised vehicle.

nice to know, though... there's a line they won't cross... evil, dangerous female breasts.

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Thermblog said...

As a university student, I had neighbours with noisy kids. Taking my top off would not have helped, so when it got too much, I would play the title track of "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" full bore and go for a walk around the block.

Upon my return the environs would be deathly quiet.

JA Goneaux said...

Well, the law of the land says one thing. The law of gravity, quite another...

Neo Conservative said...

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i think you get into a war with your neighbours... there are no winners.

fortunately, here at the halls... we have some amazing people next to us.

makes all the difference in the world.

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Colin said...

The kid should drive over to here and ask for a latte with extra milk.

JA Goneaux said...

Yeah, but that'd be expired milk, by the looks of it...