I know what you’re thinking: we don’t do nearly enough drunk hunting stories here on BadJocks. Well, that’s about to change with this one. You see, Bobby J. Fawcett of Clark County, Ohio was out hunting with a friend when he hear something in some nearby brush and let fly with a blast from his shotgun. Unfortunately, it was NOT a squirrel (which Mr. Fawcett and friends claim they were after) but a boy hunter out on his own adventure looking for deer. Police were called and it was then that they discovered the accused had a BAC of .12% more than enough to get you arrested for DUI and probably higher than the DNR would like you to have when you’re out in the woods with a firearm.
The Clark County sheriff’s office received a call from a man who said his hunting partner shot another hunter in the head at Buck Creek State Park before 5:30 p.m. Thursday. A male hunter was found suffering from buck pellet shots from a .20 gauge shotgun to his head and back. He was transported to Miami Valley Hospital by medical helicopter.
After investigation, sheriff’s deputies identified the alleged shooter as Bobby J. Fawcett.
Fawcett was squirrel hunting with a friend when the incident happened. Fawcett told investigators he saw an object moving in some thick underbrush and fired his weapon into it, striking a man who was bow-hunting for deer. Fawcett said he and his hunting partner immediately called 911. During the investigation, deputies smelled an odor of alcohol on Fawcett and tested his blood alcohol concentration. Authorities said the test revealed a .12 BAC level, which is over the legal limit to operate a motor vehicle.
Hunter Arrested After Shooting Man He Thought Was A Squirrel (NBC4i)
Isn’t that always the case? You’re at the beach, playing volleyball, a location where you NEVER expect to see scantily-clad hot young women, and the host country distracts you with a bevy of Asian beauties in bikinis pretending to be cheerleaders! Of course that’s going to distract you and the rest of your team and cause you to lose, DUH! Someone should launch an investigation into, uh, something . . . I forgot what I was saying.
At right, what a bikini-clad Asian cheerleader at a beach volleyball game might look like. (Additional pictures here.)
The Yemeni volleyball team has blamed their defeat in the Asian Games on the bikini-clad cheerleaders performing on the sidelines. The Telegraph quoted Yemen beach volleyballer Adeeb Mahfoudh, as saying that the dancers made it impossible for them to concentrate on the game. “They had an effect on how we played. I think they had something to do with our losing the match,” he said.
Organisers of the games in China have hired four cheerleader squads, each made up of eight girls, to entertain fans during breaks in the volleyball action. Besides cheering, the girls also perform routines that include traditional Chinese elements including martial arts and fan dancing, the paper said.
Yemen beach volleyballers blame sexy bikini-clad cheerleaders for Asian Games defeat! (One India)
It’s been a little while since we had a sports hazing incident involving tea-bagging on BadJocks. For those of you not familiar with this ritual, it involves holding the victim down on the ground face up, and then lowering your bag o’ testicles down and “dunking” them on his face . . . similar to what one would do with a bag of tea, hence the name. This latest incident happened in Los Lunas, New Mexico, not far from an infamous incident two years ago at Robertson High School in Las Vegas, NM. In that incident, however, it wasn’t bare testicles involved but broom handles allegedly shoved into someone’s behind. You’d think the kids–or even the adults–would learn after something like that made national news, but apparently not.
Here’s the limited details we have from KRQE:
News 13 learned four Valencia High School football players are under investigation for sexually assaulting younger teammates. Los Lunas School District officials said they’re not sure if it’s case of hazing or just out-of-control bullying. It happened in the locker room at Valencia High School late October, according to the Superintendent. He said the district found out about it a week ago when one of the victims parents reported it.
Sources told News 13 four seniors sexually humiliated younger players on the junior-varsity team by holding them down and lowering their private parts onto their faces. The Superintendent said there were at least three victims. He also said that a group of other players witnessed all of this but did not take part in it or stop it. He said their investigation found no coaches knew about it.