September 17, 2017 12:42 GMT by dailymail.co.uk

Man lobbies to get bong back in his underwear

Man lobbies to get bong back in his underwear

Jeffrey Shaver has been demonstrating outside the Kitchener courthouse, in Ontario, for the past month after Waterloo Regional Police arrested him for possession of marijuana.

A Canadian has finally got his bong and stash back after protesting outside a courthouse in nothing more than his underwear.

Jeffrey Shaver has been demonstrating outside the Kitchener courthouse, in Ontario, for the past month after Waterloo Regional Police arrested him for possession of marijuana and seized his drugs and paraphernalia.

Cops were called to the Cambridge Memorial Hospital where Shaver was being treated for a panic attack.

Jeffrey Shaver has finally got his bong and stash back after protesting outside a courthouse in nothing more than his underwear

Jeffrey Shaver has finally got his bong and stash back after protesting outside a courthouse in nothing more than his underwear

He's staged the bizarre protest outside the Kitchiner courthouse, wearing just his shoes and tight underwear with a sign which read 'return my bong.'

He's staged the bizarre protest outside the Kitchiner courthouse, wearing just his shoes and tight underwear with a sign which read 'return my bong.'

He says he had 'an issue' with the vending machine and officers charged him for trespassing and causing a disturbance. When they searched him, the found the bong and marijuana.

Shaver insists he has a medical marijuana card and presented it to police but was still arrested.

Since then, he's staged the bizarre protest outside the Kitchiner courthouse, wearing just his shoes and tight underwear with a sign which read 'return my bong.'

On Friday, Shaver said the drugs possession charge has now been dropped and he will be getting his bong and pot back soon

On Friday, Shaver said the drugs possession charge has now been dropped and he will be getting his bong and pot back soon

Earlier this week, he was charged with public nudity for the protest. Despite that, the demonstration appears to have paid off. 

On Friday, Shaver said the drugs possession charge has now been dropped and he will be getting his bong and pot back soon.

'The action of the Crown on this marijuana case has been completely unreasonable,' he told The Record. 'There should have been no need to continue (protesting) for such a long time.'

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