Police called to reports of woman naked, intoxicated at Swartz Bay ferry terminal

Sidney/North Saanich RCMP confirm disturbance

The long weekend is coming to a close but the ferry terminal is still dealing with mayhem – including one woman who was reportedly naked and intoxicated inside her vehicle on the Coastal Celebration at the Swartz Bay ferry terminal.

Sidney/North Saanich RCMP confirmed they had officers at the ferry terminal dealing with a female who was creating a disturbance on a ferry. BC Ambulance is examining the woman.

It is unclear if the incident is causing delays for other ferry users at this time.

The incident remains under police investigation.

READ ALSO: Chaos at the ferry terminal for people heading from Vancouver to the Island

READ ALSO: Have your say about the new Swartz Bay ferry terminal



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