B.C. man ‘offended’ by person wearing camouflage pants, calls cops
A person wearing camouflage pants in public left a British Columbia man outraged last week.
According to the Trail and Greater District RCMP, an officer received a phone call Friday afternoon about the garment. The man requested that the officer find the man and remove his pants.
Police say the officer informed the man that the removal of someone’s pants would be illegal even if they were camouflaged.
The caller told the officer he would remove the man’s pants himself “under order of King of England.”