Bail conditions have been relaxed for naked man who jumped in Ripley’s Aquarium shark tank

Daniel Weaver, 37, is seen in this undated police handout photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Toronto Police Service *MANDATORY CREDIT*

TORONTO – A British Columbia man accused of swimming naked in a shark tank at a Toronto aquarium has returned home to resume his job as a fishing guide while his case wends its way through the justice system.

Defence lawyer Blair Drummie says David Weaver has recently gone home after his bail conditions were relaxed.

Drummie says Weaver is doing well and is a, quote, “a good guy.”

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Police allege Weaver assaulted a man outside Medieval Times before moving on to Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada where he stripped naked and jumped into a massive shark tank.

He was charged with one count of assault causing bodily harm and two mischief charges.

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Drummie has applied to have the Medieval Times and Ripley’s alleged incidents dealt with separately by the courts.

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