A law being introduced in the province of New Brunswick in Canada next month will make it against the law for teenagers 16 and older to go trick-or-treating on Halloween!
The town plans on issuing fines of up to $200 to anyone " Those caught with a "facial disguise" in public after curfew — like a zombie mask or witch's veil — or anyone over 16 found roaming the streets for treats can be fined up to $200.," according to CBC News.
Deputy mayor Kim Chamberlain was not happy with the new law, expressing concern about teens being questioned for dressing up or asking for candy."Some kids are tall," she said. "My cousin's son is 5-4 and 15 years old. What are we going to do, go up to him and ask him 'How old are you' and 'Show me your ID? That doesn't make sense."What do you guys think?