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Whistling Ban?

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You might want to think twice about whistling when in public, or at least when in Portland. Robert Smith, also known as The Whistler, found himself in jail for disturbing people with his constant whistling. A judge decided he was annoy businesses and passers-by and now only allows him to whistle when walking.
Smith feels his whistling is special, “It came from God — that’s where it came from,” ”God is showing me what I’m doing is OK. He shows me every day with laughter.” He’s thinks it’s entertaining people because they are smiling and laughing, but actually businesses have been filing complaints for sometime. I can’t imagine a person getting arrested in Detroit for this. Oddity Central
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