A crowd of angry Torontonians confronted a man who held up an anti-Islam sign at the site of the Danforth Avenue shooting, with one of them eventually throwing the man into a fountain.
Video of the Friday afternoon incident shows the man standing in front of the fountain at Alexander the Great Parkette, which has turned into a memorial for victims of Sunday's shooting, and engaging in a shouting match with people over his sign.
The sign read "C.B.C. presents" on top, followed by two lines below, "Little Mosque on the praire [sic]" and below that, "Two dead girls in Greek Town."
"Little Mosque on the Prairie" was a CBC sitcom about the lives of small-town Muslim Canadians, while Greektown is the neighbourhood in which police say 29-year-old Faisal Hussain opened fire, killing two and injuring 13.