I trick-or-treated for my last time when I was in 6th grade and then I hung up the cigar-smoking hobo(my costume,not an actual human). I honestly didn’t think trick-or-treating in your teens was a thing. Apparently it is and one city has taken action to stop it. Don’t worry, its not here its in Canada. The city is on Canada’s east coast, near Nova Scotia. Anyone over 16 caught knocking on doors looking for candy, or wearing a “facial disguise” after curfew, could be forced to shell out for a $200 fine. The new rule is a revision of a law passed in 2005, which capped the trick-or-treating age at 14 and enforced a 7 p.m. curfew. The original law was passed in response to a spate of Halloween mischief, but was never enforced. The average age in this small Canadian town is 55 and the residents wanted to pass the law to cut down on mischievous teenagers causing troubles on Halloween. I think something else is stirring here! Canada has free healthcare, too much sugar can lead to diabetes, diabetes is a drain on the free public healthcare. Maybe…mmmhhh?! Or maybe the residents are just tired of finding bags on fire on their doorstep. Either way, get a fake ID saying you’re only 14 if you want to trick-or-treat in Canada.
The Billy Madison clip has some bad words. If you are under 18 or have sensitive ears, don’t watch it.