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This Guy Had The Balls To Pledge With A Historical Fraternity, But Now He's Down To Only One! The Extreme Hazing Incident That Cost Him His Testicle!

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Historic fraternity Gamma Phi Gamma will no longer be recognized by Wilmington College after one of its pledges lost his testicle in a hazing incident last Halloween.

During the hazing event on that fateful night, 20 Gamma Phi Gamma pledges were told to imitate swimming in three inches of water on the floor of the frat house.

Think that's weird? That's just the beginning of it all.

According to a search warrant from Wilmington Detective Brian Kratze, these pledges had to strip down completely naked and were applied with an ICY HOT like substance before they laid down on the floor to "swim."

They then had a number of various items put in the mouth and were instructed to make sexually explicit movements and were:

"struck with towels and shirts that had the ends balled in knots or items tied inside to inflict pain.”

Ouch!

We will never understand why someone would subject themselves to this much pain and humility to join a fraternity!

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2 comments to “This Guy Had The Balls To Pledge With A Historical Fraternity, But Now He's Down To Only One! The Extreme Hazing Incident That Cost Him His Testicle!”



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    "We will never understand why someone would subject themselves to this much pain and humility to join a fraternity!"

    It's to create group autonomy and to make people feel like they love the group/the people in that group more. In a sense, the more you work for something, the more you enjoy it because you come up with reasons as to why you worked so hard to get that thing. For fraternities and sororities, after going through all the hazing, one might think "Why did I just go through all that shit?" and so they don't feel like an idiot they think (unconsciously) "Oh it must be because this is really a worthwhile group to be in!" and thus justify going through all the hazing and torment.

    No, it's not a good thing because it can go too far, but it's not a useless tactic. It's basic social psychology.