There was a guy dressed like this walking around in Comox, last week. Bulldog proud face American flag face mask. He seemed to be high on something, and acting very strangely.
Bulldog proud face American flag face mask
Doctors treating those with the Black Death believed the bird-like mask acted as a filter against the disease. Bulldog proud face American flag face mask. I don’t think that’s strictly true? The ‘beak’ held a mix of herbs, so that the doctor couldn’t smell the death. If you can smell it then the germs and other molecules that cause smells are reaching your nose and respiratory tract. Yes, indeed. But, of course, just masking the smells with herbs didn’t help. It was a reasonable deduction though, for people who didn’t know about microbes. Haddow Mark because I think it does not matter where you live just because your neighbour doesn’t like what you’re wearing doesn’t make it illegal. Even says so in the article that it was not illegal. So some UK law. Sure, nobody is denying it is frequently used beyond its original purpose. Like kids kicking a ball against a neighbour’s wall. Someone complained and that was sufficient. When the complainant says it is worrying children, that’s a Public Nuisance offence, when it involves menacing, that’s breach of the peace. Haddow Mark Worrying someone by the way you’re dressed is NEVER an offence and when all he’s doing is walking around, he’s menacing no one! To you it isn’t, to others it won’t be. But to some it was, which is why they contacted the police. Who resolved the matter with a warning. A bit of advice that hopefully keeps everyone happy in this trying time.