Briefs & Pantaloons

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A roundup of some of the shadier — and just plain odd — things that happen around Ryerson’s downtown campus

On March 27, an individual found a spent shotgun shell outside of ILLC on the Mutual Street side, in between 123 and 133 Mutual. Toronto police was called in and retrieved the shell. The individual also noticed windows were broken on the Metro building. Police concluded that it wasn’t related and the store owner was informed of the incident. Pro tip: if a shotgun had been fired right outside ILLC, security would have noticed already. (We hope.)

On March 28, two individuals had ignited a paper bag in the quad and when they were approached by security they both became very apologetic. Remember when burning one in the quad was actually badass? On March 27, security received a report from a female in Eric Palin Hall that a male was coming out of the women’s washroom. The individual was very agitated, proceeded east bound down the hall way and was kicking doors as they were going along. When security did a check of the area, he was already gone. Farewell, mystery hobo. You will not be missed.

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