A Frat Bro Got Pulled Out Of College After A Video Surfaced Of Him Biting Off A Hamster’s Head


Video surfaced last week of an 18-year-old University of Mississippi student and Phi Delta Theta fraternity member, Brady Eaves, biting off a hamster’s head at a spring break party. According to the Daily Mail, where the video surfaced after being uploaded and quickly removed from YouTube, Eaves and his fellow frat brothers allegedly force fed the animal vodka and blew marijuana smoke into its cage before the stunt occurred.

Unfortunately for him, Eaves comes from a well-known family in Mississippi, with a step father who is a prominent pro-life lawyer and former Democratic gubernatorial candidate, and they yanked his ass out of school faster than you can say “miniature burrito.”

His parents also released the following statement, making it perfectly clear that they do NOT condone their son’s behavior, via MS News Now:

First, as the parents of Brady Eaves, let everyone please be assured that we do not take the subject of animal cruelty lightly, nor do we in any way condone the behavior displayed in the recent video of our son that has gone viral on the internet. The actions that appear in the video go against everything that our son has been taught, and we can assure everyone that his actions are not what he believes in his heart, nor are true to his character. While we are extremely disappointed and greatly disturbed by his actions, as his parents, we know Brady to be a very bright and talented young man with a huge heart.

As parents we are obviously and very seriously concerned about the well-being of our son. We have withdrawn him from school, and fully intend on professionally assessing why he behaved in such a horrible way, and what we must do as a family to keep this type of behavior from ever happening again. Raising teenagers in today’s world, as most caring and loving parents realize, can challenge the best of us. We will continue to love our son with all of our hearts and be right there by his side as our family addresses this situation. We would sincerely appreciate that all parents who have gone through similar incidents with their children, and the entire community please keep us in their thoughts and prayers.

Thank you,

John & Angel Eaves

With so many entitled young people in our society nowadays, it’s nice to see parents taking some accountability for their kid’s actions instead of, say, a knee-jerk reaction to blame the school or someone else. PETA has naturally gotten involved and plans to press charges. If it’s found to be that the incident took place in Florida, Eaves faces a 5-year maximum jail term and fine of $5,000.

(Source: Fox 8 via Reddit)