Snapchatting pictures of your roommate in the shower, hoverboard racing on campus and stalking Kevin Pillar for a selfie are just some of the questionable activities York Regional Police want university and college students to avoid during frosh week.
The annual tongue-in-cheek “expense list” released on Thursday reveals how certain rituals can cost you a pretty penny or even jail time.
Stalking Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Kevin Pillar can get you a ban from the Rogers Centre, a $5,000 fine or up to 10 years in jail.
Have you ever thought of streaking at your homecoming game? That can cost you up to $5,000 and “any potential dates.”
Anyone who releases a raccoon in a friend’s dorm room can face up to 30 days in jail, a $1,000 fine and possibly a rabies shot.
York Regional Police say the list is designed to remind students to avoid making poor decisions during frosh week and to party with caution.
You can view the full list of objectionable offences below.