Randy Quaid arrested in Montreal for second time this year, so wife rants about Canada on Twitter BY Jason Silverstein NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Updated: Wednesday, October 7, 2015, 2:04 PM A A A Share this URL Steve Rukavina/CBC News Randy Quaid appearing before the Immigration and Refugee Board in May, after his first arrest this year. Actor and sort of refugee Randy Quaid was arrested in Montreal Tuesday for the second time this year — and now might get kicked out of Canada. The “Vacation” actor got busted by border officials after one of his routine check-ins that are required after his first 2015 arrest, the CBC reported. Immigration and Refugee Board officials have not stated the reason for his latest arrest. The actor’s wife, Evi, told CBC the arrest was a surprise and was not explained to either of them. Randy Quaid pic.twitter.com/zhRTKQw5Fc — Evi Quaid (@EviQuaid) October 7, 2015 But she took the occasion as a chance to rail against the country the couple has lived in for years. “CBSA officer that illegally arrested us asked how much money we had...he is a criminal...i love that Canada needs to learn how to wake up and criticize its crappy government ps we got arrested by an actual tall midget,” she tweeted. i love that Canada needs to learn how to wake up and criticize its crappy government ps we got arrested by an actual tall midget — Evi Quaid (@EviQuaid) October 7, 2015 She also called Prime Minister Stephen Harper “such a f---ing a--hole” and said the country is “a s---hole of a wilting country with no centre other then harpers fat head (sic).” This comes just six months after Quaid got cuffed for a 2013 arrest warrant issued after he missed an appointment with the refugee board. Photos stemming from that arrest showed the actor sporting a wild wizard beard while appearing before the board. RandyQuaid via vid.me Randy and Evi Quaid, who live in Canada in self-imposed exile, have posted a series of sex tapes online. He and Evi have been living in Montreal since February 2013, apparently unbeknownst to the Canadian government until his April arrest. The kooky couple moved to Canada in 2010 as self-imposed exile after claiming they were targets of “Hollywood star-whackers” who were trying to kill them. They applied for refugee status, but later withdrew and applied to be permanent citizens, which was denied thanks to accusations of defrauding a California innkeeper. As part of his April release, Quaid was ordered to regularly check in with borders officials. He was also placed under a removal order and could be forced to leave the country after his new arrest.