Enough selfies in the field, say police in Ontario


Çenough selfies in the fields, say police in Ontario

La Ontario Provincial Police remind the public that field selfies are illegal.

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) reminds the public that it is illegal to It is illegal to enter a field to take a photograph. Approximately $2,000 in damage was caused this past weekend, according to the OPP.

This crop damage was recorded in Melanchton County north of Toronto, say the police.

No one has the right to enter a field just to take a perfect photo, launches the OPP on Twitter.

Police point out that it is a break and enter, even if there is no fence or traffic sign. #x27;prohibition.

If you cause damage, you could face criminal charges, adds the OPP.

The police are urging anyone who sees someone entering a field for a selfie to contact them, by calling 1-888-310-1122.

Destructive selfies for a Manitoba sunflower grower


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