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(YouTube)   Man boards bus wearing military fatigues, pushing service bunny in pirate stroller. Subby filmed this yesterday   ( divider line
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WTF? Man wearing military outfit boards bus with service bunny in pirate stroller. (@ 0:54)

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On September 24, 2013, I was on the Victoria Park "12" bus, in Toronto, when a man boarded the bus, wearing military fatigues. There was a patch on his arm that had a blue flag with a white diagonal line - kind of like the Scottish flag but with
only one diagonal line instead of 2.

He wore a military cap, with black wrap around sunglasses. There was a round crest on his cap and the same crest was on his uniform.

He was...pushing a baby stroller! On the front of the stroller was an intimidating
skull. At the top of the stroller were 2 flags. A pirate flag, with a skull and crossbones was on one side, and on the other side there was a flag similar to the one he had on his arm patch - possibly the Scottish flag.

And, in the stroller this man had an.... ADORABLE LIVE BUNNY!!! :-)

The bunny was wearing an outfit. It was accompanied by stuffed animals, and there were stickers above the bunny that said "DO NOT PET," and "NO PHOTOS." And at the bottom of the stroller were the words "SERVICE ANIMAL."

I was not able to film this astonishing sight for very long, because the man noticed me recording with my phone. But, thanks to the miracle of slow motion, I now bring you Sargeant Bunny...

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