Judge Dismisses Flat Earther's Lawsuit Against Canadian Government


A Flat Earth enthusiast who sued the Canadian government after he was arrested for flouting coronavirus-related lockdown laws saw his claim dismissed by a judge who reportedly declared the lawsuit "patently absurd and nonsensical." The strange saga of Mak Parhar began last autumn when he journeyed to North Carolina for a convention devoted to the controversial conspiracy theory and, upon his return home, refused to adhere to regulations stating that out-of-country travelers must quarantine for two weeks. Things came to a head when the Flat Earther attended an anti-mask rally in Vancouver, where he boasted about rebuffing the authorities, which led to him being arrested and held for four days.

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