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Most Canadian Crime Ever: Guy Hijacks Bus To Go To Tim Hortons

Canadians are usually stereotyped as being overly nice, but I have to say, this is not very nice.

A 31-year-old Toronto man was arrested after hijacking a city bus and forcing the driver to go to Tim Hortons, a coffee and donut chain, CBC News reports.

Police were first alerted of the hijacking just after midnight Friday.

According to reports, the man held the driver at knifepoint and ordered him to run multiple red lights as he gave him directions to his destination, which turned out to be a parking lot shared by a Tim Hortons and a McDonald's.

Upon their arrival, the suspect departed the bus and entered the Tim Horton's, where he called 911 and told the operator he believed he had overdosed on drugs.

It is unclear what, exactly, he thought he OD'd on.

Police arrived shortly after the man's call and managed to evacuate the donut shop safely. The bus driver was unharmed, though shaken, and no other passengers were on the bus at the time of the incident.

The suspect, who has not been identified, faces several charges, including assault with a weapon, forcible confinement and taking a motor vehicle without consent.

Should have just called a cab, dude.

Citations: Man who allegedly hijacked bus to stop at Tim Hortons facing multiple charges (CBC News)