Someone keeps trolling the Air Show's Wikipedia page
Nothing heralds the end of summer in Toronto quite like the roar of fighter jets flying overhead.
If anyone actually enjoys the air show, they're not doing a great job defending it online. For many of us, it's an annoyance, especially for our furry friends. And along with the noise, some say it's triggering for Toronto newcomers.
Instead of simply complaining about the air show via the usual social channels (i.e. Twitter) one hater took it to the next level by editing the Canadian International Air Show's Wikipedia page. While the entry should talk about the annual event's illustrious history, it now more clearly illustrates just what Toronto thinks of it.
"The Canadian International Air Show (CIAS) is an annual horror show that has been tormenting local residents and ruining the last long weekend of the summer at the conclusion of the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) in Toronto since 1949," it reads.
There's a bit of an edit war going on behind the scenes, as the page has been altered to reflect these satirical changes a few times before being updated for neutrality. Too bad it can't just be left in its humorous but accurate state.
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