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Georgia frat boys have again proven their perspicacity.

Possibly Rabid Racoon Becomes Dinner

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) – 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.

Erratic behavior can be a symptom of rabies in an animal, but the raccoon could not be tested because its carcass was burned. At least one fraternity member was treated for possible exposure to rabies, which can be fatal if left untreated.

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.

“It was a ridiculous situation – an isolated incident,” Bales said. “It was not a fraternity-sanctioned event.”

And some people wonder why Ricky West is so, um, intelligence challenged.

Note: This item is from today’s “strange stuff” news column at Mac-a-ro-nies.

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  • Oh Jesus… How stupid can you be. They deserve rabies if they were dumb enough to go through all of that.

  • Eric Olsen

    Now THAT’S a title, MD.

  • Thanks Mac Diva, for not allowing that to fly under the radar. Hilarious. This is why I am against bike helmet laws for kids. We are keeping way too many stupid kids alive to do stupid things once they are outside the control of their parents.

  • debbie

    And these are the ones that were accepted to college….kind of a scarey thought!