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Briefs and Groaners: Bear repellent attack

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By Nathaniel Crouch

Every week, The Eyeopener meets with Ryerson security and gets the low-down on what’s been happening on campus. Here are some notable, and often unfortunate, entries.

Leg kicker still at large

A known menace—“the leg kicker”—was reported to security on Oct. 1, 2018. A couple of community members told security the known trespasser was walking around outside Kerr Hall kicking peoples’ legs and personal items. Security became aware after the incident occurred and are now on the lookout for the leg hater or lost soccer player.


Bear repellent: a new stink bomb

It was reported Oct. 7, 2018, that a robbery and horrible escape of justice had taken place. A community member was robbed of their belongings. As they attempted to get them back, they were sprayed with bear spray. No news yet on if a suspect has been caught, but if they are they will face charges of assault, robbery and crappy ninja escape skills.


All of the faces, all of the punches

Over the past two weeks, three different cases of faces being punched were reported—in the Victoria Street alley, near the Student Learning Centre and near the Engineering building. This string of crimes has everyone with a face on edge. Be careful Ryerson, someone might just punch your face in the face.


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