Lawyer Ed Prutschi talked to me about the legal ramifications surrounding yelling obscenities like "FHRITP" in public.
A Hydro One employee has been fired for yelling a crude "joke" at a female TV reporter outside a Toronto soccer stadium.
Were they within their legal rights to do so?
And could police really lay charges for a similar stunt, as some police services are warning the public?
Get a concise lesson in Canadian law that might surprise you.
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