M&M, Cascadian Lovers
A man who glued himself to the doors of a Nanaimo bank earlier this year has been sentenced with an order not to possess glue.
Well, it specifies outside of his home, so presumably no different than other similar order around possession of something outside the home. He can certainly do it but his probation is violated if he is caught. But they aren't going to be checking to see if he's got crazy glue in his kitchen drawer or anything.I wonder how this order could be enforced.
Can I get an injunction against repeating that pun outside your home?I'm just checking if "He adhered to his principles" has been used yet?