'Officer Bubbles' Sues YouTubers... for Being Mean
Toronto cop is apparently more sensitive than one would think
By Dan Evon,  Newser User
Posted Oct 17, 2010 3:02 PM CDT
Promoted on Newser Oct 17, 2010 3:53 PM CDT

(User Submitted) – Do you remember “Officer Bubbles?” Toronto constable Adam Josephs earned the nickname when a YouTube video was posted of him threatening to arrest a girl at the G20 Summit for blowing bubbles. Josephs didn't find the girl's bubble-blowing funny, and he's now suing for $1.2 million dollars—not for the video of the incident, but for the mean comments and cartoons that depicted him arresting everyone from Santa Claus to President Obama. The Toronto Star notes that Josephs' lawsuit involves 24 users whose comments were “devastatingly defamatory.” Read the full article.

 

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