Fraternity Brothers Catch, Kill, Eat Possibly Rabid Raccoon

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  1. Casshew

    Casshew Former Member

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    Possibly Rabid Racoon Becomes Dinner

    Fraternity Brothers Catch, Kill, Eat Possibly Rabid Raccoon at University of Georgia

    ATHENS, Ga. Dec. 25 — A fraternity member was treated for possible exposure to rabies, and he and two others could be expelled for beating, skinning and then eating a raccoon that might have had the disease, the fraternity's president said.

    The men had spotted the raccoon behaving erratically outside the Phi Kappa Psi house at the University of Georgia on Dec. 12. One hit it with construction pylon and shot it with a pellet gun in the fraternity's parking lot, Athens-Clarke County Animal Control officials said. Another skinned the raccoon, and a third cooked and ate some of its meat.

    The three members involved will go before the fraternity's grievance committee and face possible sanctions from reprimands to expulsion, said Larry Bales, fraternity president.


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    LOL yakwoman... you know how sometimes you can just say "Kids"! where you hear something crazy? this time that just doesn't cut it...
     
  4. CARLA

    CARLA MAHALO !! FROM SAN DIEGO ..!!

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    :waitasec: YIKES

    What the heck where they think...:dontknow: SICK, SICK,!! :eek:

    A RACOON, SINCE WHEN IS RACOON GOOD EATING..!! :sick:

    BOY WHAT A DUMB THING TO DO..!! :loser:

    :santahat:
    CARLA
     

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