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Police Brutality Apparently Extends To The Animal Kingdom… Cops Could Lose Their Jobs Over Killing Of Helpless Groundhog
This is becoming pretty par for the course…
Police in America took a break from killing unarmed black people and elderly volunteers last week when they decided to kill a groundhog during a golf tournament in upstate New York last weekend.
While some may argue they were exterminating a pest, it's actually against Frear Park Golf Course rules to kill the animals since they do not bother humans. And it's the way they mistreated the animal before killing it that has the department investigating…
According to eyewitnesses, Officer Tyler Sammon of Troy apparently chased the rodent on foot until the animal could no longer run. That's when he decided to get back into the cart and drive over the helpless animal.
Rensselaer Police Chief Rick Fusco called the killing "really bothersome."
Officer Mike Spath, Tyler's passenger in the cart, did not directly harm the creature, but we guess he's being viewed as an accessory. Both officers are now on paid administrative leave — the exact same punishment as the men who killed Alton Sterling and Mary Knowlton. Ugh…
Ch-ch-check out local news coverage of the disturbing incident (below)!!!
Rio Olympics Golf Course Overrun With Giant Rodents & Mini Crocodiles! See What Wildflife Golfers Need To Watch Out For!
It's no secret that the city of Rio de Janeiro is ill-prepared for the Summer Olympics this week.
From human remains on its beaches, to contaminated water full of raw sewage, to sketchy police that kidnap travelers like something out of a Liam Neeson movie — the troubled country won't be the most glamorous host of the games in recent years.
And it looks like the city's olympic golf course is no exception, because the green is overrun with all kinds of wildlife!
Many of the world's top golfers have already tapped out of this year's games, but the competing athletes still have a lot to worry about on the course — including capybaras, mini crocodiles, monkeys, and boa constrictors!
According to reports, the Barra da Tijuca-located course that will host olympic golf next Thursday rests in an upscale neighborhood sitting on the edge of the Marapendi nature reserve.
The course was constructed last year despite protests from environmentalists who argued
Justin Timberlake is used to getting a crazy amount of love from his fans… but a smack in the face?! That's a new one.
On Saturday, JT was walking through the crowd at the American Century Celebrity Pro-Am in Lake Tahoe when a fan reached out and hit him in the face!
Based on the video obtained by TMZ, it didn't really look like a super serious slap, but it was still enough to get the pop star riled up!
The 35-year-old turned around and yelled:
We wish we could say it was Donald Trump's ignorance that caused this, but we'll take it regardless!
On Wednesday, the PGA Tour announced that it would be moving the World Golf Championships next year from Trump National Doral Miami to Mexico next year!
What makes this such a momentous change is that the tournament has been held at Doral for
Is it just us or is the Trump family just ridiculous?
On Monday, Ivanka Trump took to Instagram to flaunt her golfing skills in order to promote the 2017 US Women's Open that's being held at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ. While that isn't necessarily a big deal, what caught our eye is that Miz Trump was golfing in high heels.
SERIOUSLY? No one casually plays a round in stilettos.
The mother of three posted:
We love to see this!!
Justin Timberlake and Alfonso Ribeiro were playing in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Tournament on Saturday, when they decided to take on a tradition unlike any other — at least as far as Alfonso's former character Carlton is concerned!
Right before teeing off on a hole in the middle of the tourney, the two took a moment to get up in front of the crowd and drop in an homag to the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air with the Carlton dance!
Ch-ch-check it all out (below):