Beyond Hood Rat Stuff

October 3, 2008 / Posted by:

After hearing this story, Latarian “Hood Rat Stuff” Milton probably said, “Damn. That boy is hardcore.”

Warning. This story involves a little boy doing evil, evil things, so if you’re looking for something uplifting go read about Heidi and Spencer serving food at Taco Bell. That was a joke.

So…a 7-year-old boy broke into the reptile center at a zoo in Outback Australia on Wednesday morning. For the next 35-minutes the boy killed several reptiles by beating them with rocks. The boy then threw some live and dead reptiles over the fence into the crocodile enclosure. He even climbed another fence to watch the crocodile eat the reptiles. The boy killed 13 animals including a large turtle, bearded dragons, goannas, Thorny Devils and Western Blue tongues.

At first, zoo officials had no idea what the boy had done. They came into work that morning and found Terry the Crocodile eating all of his reptile friends. When officials watched the CCTV footage, they found out what the “expressionless” boy had done. Security cameras didn’t catch the boy because of how small he is.

When the boy was questioned, he wouldn’t admit anything. The zoo cannot press charges because of his age, but they are considering suing his parents. A zoo official said: “By all accounts he’s quite a nasty seven-year-old. If we can’t put the blame on to the child, then someone has to accept the responsibility.”

Is it too early to start drinking again? What. The. Fuck. Okay, now I know why some parents put their children on wrist leashes. I will never make fun of that again.

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Thanks Natalie (I think)

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