Tracy — A couple in Tracy, N.B. are sick and tired of a certain shirtless Canadian prime minister crashing into their house, and have asked the provincial government to find a way to protect it.
Last month marked the ninth time the rural New Brunswick building has felt the full force of the scantily clad politician running head-on into it without warning.
“Seems like there’s no rhyme or reason to it,” said Tim Nesbit, owner of the home. “Could be morning, noon or night — Justin Trudeau doesn’t seem to care. When I voted Liberal I certainly didn’t expect this.”
Trudeau had little to say about it, other than a brief statement he issued after the fourth or fifth incidence. “I’ve always had a penchant for half-nude photo-bombs,” he wrote, “and the Canadian populace should get used to it.”
Maureen Nesbit co-owns the house, and said she expects the Liberal government to pay for a Trudeau-blocking fence to be installed around their property.
“Last time, it was the middle of the night and I was in a dead sleep,” said the perturbed woman, “and then BAM! I yelled, ‘Oh no! It’s happening again!’ Sure enough, we went outside and there he was, all shirtless and sexy and ramming into the side of my house. It’s becoming unacceptable at this point. Eight times, sure, that’s reasonable, but nine?!”
Premier Brian Gallant said his government will pay for the fence, but first he himself wants to try running into the house shirtless, if only once. “I just want to see what all the fuss is about.”