Wrestlers get warning over crass-cutting dispute

Posted on: July 20, 2017


The Ontario Provincial Police in Leeds County responded to a dispute in the Village of Lyn that resulted in an assault investigation.

On July 16, officers were called to residence to investigate a neighbour dispute. However the investigation found that two men, 42 and 60, involved were actually trying to setting their own issue with a good old-fashion wrestling match.

Police found that wrestling match was consented to by both parties and was over grass cutting.

All wrestlers were warned.

One thought on “Wrestlers get warning over crass-cutting dispute

  1. Jan

    BAHAHAHAHA, that’s awesome!
    At least they didn’t turn at ten paces and shoot. Maybe humanity has evolved a little? Did they sit down together afterwards and have a laugh and a beer?

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