The NFL season might be over, cialis but the high school sports hazing season never ends. The latest example: three football players from Principia School in Missouri, ask two of whom face at least four charges of sodomy and the third seven charges of assault.
The most striking line from this story from Fox 2? “Police say in court documents that two of the teens held down four victims and stuck something their anuses, ‘For the purpose of terrorizing them.'” Once again we have to ask: how is having something shoved into your rectum make you a better football player? Okay, don’t answer that. Here’s more on the latest high school sports hazing incident involving foreign objects and people’s hinders.
Three teens have been charged after an investigation revealed hazing at a football camp last August at Principia School. Maverick Holmsley, 18, and Joshua Brewer, 17, face four felony counts of attempted sodomy. Ricardo Loma, 17, faces seven misdemeanor counts of assault in the 3rd degree.
Police say in court documents that two of the teens held down four victims and stuck something their anuses, “For the purpose of terrorizing them.” Loma is accused of punching seven victims.
Maverick Holmsley’s lawyer says his client denies the charges. Attorney William Margulis says there is a long history of hazing in athletics.