A Police Const. Adam Josephs from Toronto seems very serious with his job. He threatened a protester with assault charges for blowing bubbles. And now he's suing a YouTube commenter for an 11-word wisecrack.
The policeman in the video:
"If the bubble touches me, you're going to be arrested for assault," Josephs told the protester. The officer was promptly dubbed "Officer Bubbles".
Since the video is very funny and policeman himself made him a joke. People are laughing and making humor around the world as the video goes viral.
The above picture is posted in comments by a youtube user Todd Mara aka "Pussymcfats," YouTube comment read, in full, "officer bubbles probably looks at himself in the mirror a lot." Heh. He's not backing down:
I mentioned, according to what I saw in the video, that he's an egomaniac. I stand by what I did. I thought he was out of line.
Joseph (policeman) have filed a $1.2 million defamation lawsuit and legally asking Google to show the identity of the parody cartoon's creator, also the identities of 24 people who commented on it, (May be they have appreciated Mara)
Full video of what happened there