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Halloween is one of the best times of the year for kids. They get to go door to door receiving unlimited amounts of candy. But at what age is trick-or-treating supposed to stop?
The town of Bathurst, New Brunswick in Canada has implemented a law that stops teens from the spooky, night events on October 31st. At 16-years-old, you can't go trick-or-treating in this town AND if you're caught, you will be fined $200.
Oddly enough, the mayor of the town is not onboard with the new law but was outvoted.
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There's a town saying that if you're over 16 years old you can't go trick-or-treating. If they're caught, it's a $200 fine.— Bobby Bones Show (@bobbybonesshow) September 26, 2017
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