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Drunk man arrested for telling kids there's no Santa

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QMI AGENCY

KINGSTON, ON -- Apparently the Grinch may live in Kingston, ON.

A 24-year-old Kingston man was arrested during Saturday's Santa Claus parade after police received a complaint about a man walking along the parade route telling children that Santa Claus didn't exist.

A release from Kingston Police said cops easily found the anti-Santa -- he was described as "having his hair formed to look like horns that were protruding from his head."

Officers located the man with the the unique description at Princess St. and Macdonnell St.
The man, whose name was withheld, is been charged with causing a disturbance by being drunk and breach of probation.

He's also facing the Liquor Licence Act offence of public intoxication.

He was held overnight and attended a bail hearing Sunday.

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