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We originally reported on a group of University of Oregon students treating Shasta Lake, California like a poop river running through the dirt streets of a New Delhi shanty town. A Lambda Chi Alpha painted cooler was left behind in the most obvious setup in human history, outrage against the UO fraternity ensued, and they nobly didn’t snitch on their rival’s clear-as-day frame job. Respect.
Since owning up to the incident, you’d think Lambda Chi would send a few guys down, make right of this wrong, cleanup ground zero, and hand over an oversized check to Smokey the Bear. But apparently they’ll have to hold back on the community service as the waste left behind has been declared a biohazard.
From Oregon Live:
The condoms, tampons and human waste left alongside coolers, sleeping bags and upwards of 90 tents need to be handled by 25 forest service employees on Slaughterhouse Island.
A group of UO students and local residents had volunteered to help with the effort but were turned away by the parks service.
The university and the national chapter of Lamda Chi Alpha are investigating the incident. The UO chapter of the organization has also been suspended.
Sounds like a pledge project to me. Piles of cum filled condoms, bloody tampons, and human feces? Give the accepted summer bids a pair of latex gloves, a few 55 gallon trash bags, and tell them they have until sundown to get the job done and those shores will be spotless before noon. It will be a walk in the park compared to what they’ll be subjected to once the fall semester actually starts..
[via Oregon Live]
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