A series of dramatic photos showing a driver and bike courier in an apparent scuffle over litter in Toronto is generating heated online debate about how far the envelope can be pushed in taking a stand. The photos on the website citynoise.org depict a Jan. 26 incident in the Kensington Market district, a popular tourist site known for its fruit and vegetable markets and tiny shops. According to the website, the male driver tossed some litter onto the street. The female biker picked it up and tossed it back into the van. He threw coffee on her and the two appeared to fight. Online chatters were abuzz on Tuesday with their opinions about the alleged incident. "I often feel like doing just what the courier did by throwing back the garbage into the car," said one person's posting. "Even as a pedestrian. But to get coffee dumped on? That's clearly assault." The photos are located Here. What I don't understand personaly is why she stuck around. Most couriers I know would have just thrown the garbage in and booked it out of there. Hell, I've seen couriers do it before. It's simple street justice. What do you think? Was she in the right, or was the driver in the right for throwing out the garbage?