It’s a time-honoured tradition of television news: send some reporters out into the city to ask for the Man on the Street’s opinion on a hot-button topic – the necessity of bilingualism in Canada, for instance.
Little did one group of reporters know that it’s also a time-honoured tradition for sassy, stoned ladies walking down Yonge Street [it’s at the corner of Yonge & Charles; the Shoppers Drug Mart was a Coles and you can see the now-defunct Majestic Sound Warehouse where Spring Rolls and Oja are now, and Le Maison du Croissant where Ginger is today—Ed.] to view anyone with a video camera as a potential audience for an earful of crazy and an eyeful of flesh.
This video, as stated above, is totally not safe for work. In fact, if you’re anything like the reporters filming the woman, you might come to the conclusion that it’s not safe for anywhere. But Torontoist salutes this Mom Gone Wild with her bold take on bilingualism and public nudity. And can anyone so passionate about freedom of speech really be crazy?
Thanks to Frank at omg blog for the tip!