A Quebec man plans to fight the $120 ticket and four demerit points he got for using his Apple Watch while driving.

Jeffrey Macesin said he was using his smartwatch to change songs when a provincial officer pulled him over on a road near Pincourt, Que.

Macesin said he was confused about why the officer’s flashing lights were on.

The officer then charged him under the section of the Quebec Highway Safety Code that says “no person may, while driving a road vehicle, use a hand-held device that includes a telephone function.”

Macesin disputes that an Apple Watch counts as a “hand-held.”

“It’s on my wrist,” he said. “That's where it gets really controversial.”

Traffic lawyer Avi Levy agreed the law isn’t clear.

“It was just a question of time before we actually got a case like this,” Levy said.

“I'm not convinced that the Apple Watch itself is a phone,” he added. “It's rather a Bluetooth device that communicates the telephone signal from the phone and it has been established under the law that you are allowed to use Bluetooth devices.”

With a report from CTV Montreal