Intoxicated man arrested in Whistler Village flowerbed 

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Whistler RCMP arrested an intoxicated man after finding him shirtless and "slumped over in a flower bed" over the weekend.

According to a release from the RCMP, police received a report of an intoxicated male "yelling at people" in the 4400 block of the Village Stroll on Saturday, June 15 at approximately 11:20 a.m.

Upon arriving on the scene, police located a man in the flowerbed. "The male was determined to be causing a disturbance, highly intoxicated and in possession of a controlled substance," police said in the release.

The man was arrested and transported to a Whistler RCMP cell, where he remained until he was deemed capable of caring for himself, and subsequently released.

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