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Stop taking selfies in Ontario's canola oil field: OPP

"Entering an uninvited field is a trespass"

People take photos in a canola field in Ontario.
People take pictures in rapeseed fields in Ontario. Photo: @OPP_CR /Twitter

Ontario police stop taking selfies in rapeseed fields Warn people. It may be as attractive as the yellow that is in full bloom now.

In a Twitter post on Monday, OPP's central division said, "Dufferin OPP has noticed two cases of trespassing at Mellanson Township this weekend."

The town is about 100km northwest of Toronto.

The OPP added, "We don't have the right to enter the fields to get the perfect picture," given that the damage to the crops was about $ 2,000.

Police ask anyone who sees someone taking a selfie in a rapeseed field to call 1-888-310-1122 immediately.

"The field doesn't need any sign or fencing. If you enter an uninvited field, it's a trespass," OPP tweeted. "If you do damages, you may be criminally liable."

#DufferinOPPthis week { Recognized two instances of trespassing on 45} @MelancthonTwp.
It is not your right to enter the field to take the perfect picture.
Crop damage about = $ 2️⃣0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣
Call police = 0️⃣
If you see this, call 1888310-1122 immediately. ^ jr

— OPP Central Region (@OPP_CR)July 4, 2022

Twitter users OPP tweets both for and against taking selfies. The majority are against it.

"How about putting them in your yard and damaging your property?" One user tweeted.

"Maybe let them walk on the hood of your car and take the perfect picture. Maybe spray paint the siding for the background of the picture."

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