York Regional Police break down the cost of stupid frosh week decisions

Sep 1 2017, 6:34 pm

If you’re heading to university for the first time this week, police want you to party safely.

And as usual, York Regional Police have issued their annual ‘party with caution’ list for students.

“Don’t let your college/university #FroshWeek party include a visit from the 5-0,” they tweeted on Friday.

You might remember, last year’s list included gems like “hiring an escort from Tinder” which would result in a fine of $1000 and five years in jail. Or perhaps, “snapchatting pics of your roommate in the shower” which would also result in five years in jail and a $5000 fine.

Well, York Regional Police are stepping up the game in this year’s list. Some of the highlights include “sliding a lemon glacier under a neighbour’s door” (google it) and “climbing a crane.” Wondering what party tricks will cost you? Check it out.

Party safe, young youth of Ontario.

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