Commuting was a drag for this stowaway.
A man who’d been banned from a ferry system in Canada was busted trying to sneak a ride disguised in an obvious wig, glasses and an “odd high-pitched accent,” according to police.
The troublemaking traveler went full-Mrs. Doubtfire — complete with a scarf and a fake English accent — aboard the vessel leaving Quadra Island, British Columbia on Sunday, according to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
“He was just trying to badly disguise himself,” Const. Rebekah Draht told the Times Colonist.
But when ferry workers recognized the guy — who’d been banned from B.C. ferries because he was apparently abusive to fellow passengers — he took off on foot, cops told the paper.
As he ran away, he dropped parts of his costume, “leaving only his wig and mask on a trail,” police said.
Draht said she planned to hit the cross-dressing culprit with a trespassing ticket and a $115 fine.
“We’ll locate him and give him a ticket because we’re 100 % sure who it is,” she said, without giving the suspect’s name.
B.C. Ferries added that it, “does not tolerate any abuse, including verbal abuse, towards its employees or other passengers.”