Yesterday, traffic on the Jacques Cartier bridge was stopped by a man dressed as Robin the Boy Wonder. He was there as part of a human rights group (or maybe a boy band) called F4J, or Fathers 4 Justice, a organisation which claims the legal system discriminates against fathers. On Saturday, a bloke dressed as Spider-Man pulled a similar stunt on the cross on Mont Royal.
I don’t know personally if the legal system does indeed have it in for dads. Maybe it does and maybe it doesn’t. But I am pretty sure the legal system does has it in for middle-aged guys, dressed up as super-heroes, who disrupt traffic on major bridges.