So, it’s no surprise the former Stanford swimmer already felt the wrath of his Ohio town in the form of his house getting seriously egged!
On Monday night, police did a house check on Turner’s parents’ home and discovered it had been egged with at least a carton.
According to reports, officers found broken eggs and egg cartons on the sidewalk, in front of the Bellbrook residence.
Sure, the prank seems a little juvenile compared to the armed protesters who gathered outside the Turner family home over the weekend — some of which carried AR-15 assault rifles and threatened to shoot the 21-year-old if “we see him victimizing people”:
But we guess the social sting of getting your house egged is the
yolk cherry on top of the outrage cake…
Either way, it’s clear the community isn’t welcoming Brock — who officially registered as a sex offender on Tuesday — back with open arms, but with firearms and salmonella!
[Image via Stanford Swimming/SF Gate.]