May 7, 2021
Appealing honey behaving badly in its home province will incur legal consequences.
According to Mr O'Duffy, Mr O'Keeffe's client is taking legal action against the police and a member of staff for the offence of failing to obey a notice issued by OPP.
Ms O'Ine, who declined to comment, said she understood Mr O'Keeffe's predicament but did not believe he would be able to keep the house in order.
"It's obvious that if we find a way to stop him, then we will get him to go see a psychiatrist for the health problems that occur as a result then we will see him at the psychiatric appointment.
"Of course there are a lot of things we will have to do because people are quite sensitive and very angry; even if it's something that was put under his nose. I don't feel happy about it. But it's still an unpleasant incident to try and defend."
Ms O'Ine said it was her belief the house had fallen into a state of disrepair and that the homeowner had made her uncomfortable and unhappy.
"I just hope it's a very difficult and stressful incident for him. I know he understands the consequences of what he has done," she said."
She could not say why it happened, but Ms O'Ine believes that the incident was a misunderstanding.
"We never have to deal with someone going