The Montana House of Representatives has passed a bill that may make it legal for motorists to eat their roadkill!
That's super gross!
The bill was introduced to the house to allow "game animals, fur-bearing animals, migratory game birds and upland game birds" to be used for food after being killed by a car.
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We'll try our best to tell you this story while not vomiting!
The Red Flower Chinese Restaurant in Williamsburg, Kentucky has recently been shut down… because they were seen brining roadkill into the kitchen (presumably to use in their food) — more specifically, the bloody carcass of
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Some people are just disgusting.
Apparently, four teenagers in Colorado killed several geese on purpose.
Witnesses say they saw them drive up near a flock of geese, when one of the teens got out of the car and started rounding up the geese.
Then the teens scared all the geese onto the roadway.
As they ran into the street, the teens' SUV sped by and ran over several geese.
The senseless crime left three geese dead and one injured.
The injured goose is now in stable condition and eating but he is paralyzed in both legs.
Police are currently searching for the teens.
We hope these kids are caught and punished.
[Image via WENN.]
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Reid Peppard has some competition!
Aspiring fashion designer James Faulkner is taking animal road waffles and turning them into wearable hats.
James says it all started when his friend needed a hat for a wedding.
"Without thinking, I said I'd make one, then I instantly panicked, but one day I was walking along the road and I spotted a magpie in quite a sorry state. I knew that my friend's dress was black and white so I thought it could work. I picked it up using a plastic bag and later used the wing feathers to make the hat. It sounds awful, but I cut off the wings with an axe. When I told her it was made of roadkill she was very shocked and said she had images of maggots falling off her head, but it went down a treat at the wedding."
Thanks for the visual!
But Faulkner says he actually finds great joy out of creating something pretty from something so gruesome. He explains: "Essentially, I feel like I am turning something sad into something quite stylish, and I think it's good that the animal doesn't just rot on the road."
That's one way to think of it.
Not too sure if this alternative way of wearing dead animals will catch on, but it is resourceful. Right?
What do U think of roadkill fashion???
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