(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Just like a bad case of herpes that didn’t end up staying in Vegas, everyone’s favourite flailer on South Algoma returned last night for an encore performance.
A resident has reached out to us since the last video was posted and quadruple confirmed that this woman is quite the “flail show” and is almost a guarantee she can be seen flailing around the neighbourhood daily. She has been seen frequently not only at this building but at the park behind the building and down “no daddy lane” down Ambrose.
Various designer drugs are available 24 hours a day within a 5-minute walk from this building. One area resident tells us that the police keep shutting them down but the effort is almost not worth the time as within a week to a month another “trap house” opens up and its “business as usual”.
A “trap house” is a home where a drug dealer is perched and supplying drugs to the community. The “trap” is a play on addiction and is meant to signal how the house is “trapping” people in addiction.
We urged it in our last “flailer” article, and we will double down right now. If you are flailing, please keep it out of areas where children can see this. It’s disturbing that kids had to see this non-sense and hard on parents trying to explain to their kids what is going on.
Do you want to stop flailing? Want to overcome your addiction? Reach out to the Thunder Bay Counselling Centre at 807-684-1880 and ask them how they can start you off on the path to your goals.
Do you have a flailer being a nuisance in your neighbourhood? Record it and send that video into our newsroom firstname.lastname@example.org. Below is the video.
Stop flailing where kids can see you. Enough is enough.
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