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Spring Breakers Commit Animal Cruelty For The Sake Of Getting Drunk

Earlier this week, TotalFratMove and Munchies shared some Instagram videos of spring breakers trying to party hard, while causally incorporating living and (presumably) dead sea animals in their binge-drinking festivities.

Witnessing the act of our soon-to-be future leaders behave in a manner seemingly scripted for a society with a Trump-obliterated Environmental Protection Agency is frightening and upsetting, yet so insignificant to the participants of these obnoxious activities, who otherwise seem to be having a blast.

The shark shotgun. @tfmspringbreak

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In addition to the obscene act of desecrating a helpless animal, drinking Michelob Ultra on the beach during spring break is literally the weakest way to party. Have some respect for yourself.

Michelob Ultra is only 4.3 percent alcohol. And he spilled half of it trying to figure out how to shotgun a beer. Talk about amateur hour.

It’s now safe to say the Internet lost its shit after seeing these overgrown children showcase their cruel stupidity by using a beached shark as a can opener, using a starfish as a luge, and eating a jellyfish for some unknown goddamn reason, amongst other kinds of stupidity they did.

Look at this floating d-bag. I hope you get crabs. Whatever kind you’re thinking of.

The starfish luge.

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Clearly, this is the reality of an entitled millennial generation, having zero respect for the environment or themselves. Who decides that taking advantage of harmless animals and using them to consume alcohol is a good idea?

There’s a video that involves some dude drinking a jellyfish. WTF?

The jelly fish shotgun.

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Within days of surfacing, dozens of people were calling for the TFM audience to report these obvious acts of animal cruelty. And rightfully so, this shouldn’t be acceptable behavior.

While this moronic behavior might not result in a penalty, at least it will live in infamy across the internet for the world to see. Good job, bros, you’ve officially, “crossed the line” at spring break — something that was considered impossible by mankind. But, hey, be sure to thank mommy and daddy for buying you such a life changing experience.


Tyson Employees Secretly Filmed Kicking And Punching Chickens, Now Fired

WARNING: The photos and videos below are graphic and may not be safe for work.

Tyson Foods just cleaned house after a video surfaced of employees choking out, long-tossing and kicking the very chickens they try to feed us.

An animal rights group called Compassion Over Killing secretly taped the trained employees performing the cringe-worthy acts, and released it for the world to see.

Of course, the largest chicken producer in the US wasn’t going to just sit back and let this video sully their great name, so every single one of the 10 workers in that video, pounding away on chickens, got fired.

Vice president of sustainable food production, Christine Daugherty said in a statement that they’re disgusted by what’s in the video and obviously don’t condone animal abuse.

Compassion Over Killing said in a statement, “Tyson, the titan of this industry, is literally crushing the life out of birds.”

Trying to watch the whole video is a little unbearable, but if you think your stomach can take it, check it out below, courtesy of the Washington Post:


Sports Catering CEO Caught on Video Battering Dog in an Elevator


When video surfaces of a dog being kicked, you can’t help but cringe and look away. This disturbing video has outraged animal activists and has brought the CEO of a large catering company under fire.

Global News reported that Desmond Hague, chief executive of Centerplate, was the man in the video. Hague was in the elevator of the Private Residences at Hotel Georgia in downtown Vancouver, and the video shows him violently pulling on the dog’s chain and repeatedly kicking the dog.

Hague made a statement apologizing for the incident, saying it was “out of character” and that he had become frustrated with his friend’s dog. However, further investigation by the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals found that the dog was Hague’s and not a friend’s. The SPCA said “Sade,” a Doberman Pinscher, behaved in a way that led them to believe it had received that type of treatment before.

According to ESPN, Centerplate provides its food services to over 115 million people a year through more than 300 different venues, including several professional sports franchises such as the Denver Broncos, San Francisco 49ers, and Indianapolis Colts.

Animal activists have already called for a boycott of Centerplate and sports fans have said they would not be buying food from any of Centerplate’s concessions.

The incident is still being investigated and if charged with animal cruelty, Hague could face up to two years in jail.

The SPCA confirmed that Sade is OK and is in a safe, undisclosed location.