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Woman Illegally Kills Deer… Brags About it On Dating App

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ABC News

Way to go dummy!

In Oklahoma, a hunter went on Bumble, a dating app, in the search for her next soulmate (or a one-night hookup, who knows?). To break the ice, she bragged about a “bigo buck” she shot with a rifle–an illegal offense since rifle-hunting is off season. Even worse, the person she confessed to so happened to be a game warden.

Cannon Harrison, the warden in question, told the Washington Post:

“Honestly, the first thing I thought was that it was someone who was messing with me because they knew who I was. It seemed too good to be true.”

Still a bit suspect about the whole thing, Harrison continued to play along, sneaking in questions to gather more evidence for his case. He even got a picture of the hunter posing with the deer’s corpse.

Once he got enough info, Harrison scoured social media to find her address. The next morning, the game wardens came to her home.

Eventually, the hunter pleaded guilty to the offense, authorities fined her $2,400. And to add insult to injury, the Oklahoma Game Wardens posted the conversation and the kill photo on Facebook. Now everybody’s fuckin’ with her.

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