Kingston police arrest man who told kids Santa isn't realToronto Star
Nov. 26, 2012
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In Kingston, it’s not the Grinch but a 24-year-old man who police say stole Christmas.
As Christmas-themed floats slowly rolled down Princess St. during Kingston’s annual Santa Claus parade, an intoxicated man shouted blasphemous lies to shocked children: Santa doesn’t exist.
The man, whose gelled hair “looked like a set of devil horns protruding from his head,” was reported to Kingston police, Const. Steve Koopman said.
[...]The man is charged with causing a disturbance by being drunk and breach of probation. Police wouldn’t confirm his previous offence.