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The Madison Pub's Window Was Smashed & A Bar Tab Is Up As A Reward

UPDATE: The Madison Avenue Pub has removed their Instagram post calling out for help identifying the alleged window smashers. The Madison Avenue Pub has not responded back to our request for comment.

An iconic Toronto pub is offering up a "healthy" bar tab for whoever can identify the people responsible for allegedly smashing one of their windows over the weekend.

Madison Avenue Pub shared images of its suspected window smashers on July 28, and asked their followers for help in identifying who these fine folks are.

"Just when we were getting back onto our feet, these guys smash one of our $1000 windows with a rock on Saturday night after we denied them entry," The Maddy wrote.

"We offer a healthy bar tab to anyone with information on their identities," they continued. Narcity reached out to The Madison for further details and we will update this article as soon as we hear back.

Bars and restaurants were able to reopen for patio dining on June 11 as per the provincial reopening plan and moved to indoor dining on July 16.

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