Man on drugs naked in Tim Hortons

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Upon arrival, the officer discovered the man was wearing only a shirt, but not one long enough to properly cover himself. The man admitted he was experiencing drug related hallucinations, and was taken to hospital without incident.

RCMP say the man did not speak to anyone during his time in the restaurant, and kept close to the bathroom, not exposing himself to the public. As the attending officer witnessed the incident himself, witness statements were not needed.

No charges will come from the incident.

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