Saskatoon- A man was arrested Wednesday evening during the painting of a Pride-themed crosswalk in an incident.
Officers responded to Broadway Avenue and 10th Street East at around 9 p.m., “to a call of a disturbance,” according to a police media release.
A man began aggressively shouting at people painting the crosswalk before he tried to remove road barricades.
Video of the incident was posted to social media platforms Wednesday night showing the man shouting and arguing with volunteers.
A 71-year-old man from Quill Lake was charged with causing a disturbance. He was released on an appearance notice and is expected to appear in court on Nov. 24.
No one was injured during the incident.