High School Baseball Players Were Suspended After Disgusting Behavior With A McChicken Sandwich

06.03.15 3 years ago
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Oh to be young and free. Remember those days? Skipping rocks on a pond, putting baseball cards in your bike spokes, maybe even getting into a little mischief every so often. Well those days from this point forward are DEAD after this story. According to the Daily Mail, six North Dakota baseball players were suspended after allegedly putting bodily fluids into a McChicken sandwich and a bottle of Gatorade on a team bus.

On the way back from their final game of the season, Grand Forks Central High School’s junior varsity baseball team decided the ride was a little too lame for them. To liven things up the boys were alleged to have placed their bodily fluids (possibly of a sexual nature) in the McChicken sandwich and Gatorade bottle. If that wasn’t terrifying enough, the little monsters then supposedly had other kids consume the items. Oh yeah, this was all allegedly filmed as well. THE HORROR.

The boys were caught after some strange Twitter posts were seen after the alleged incident. This according to KVLY11:

‘NEVER EATING A MCCHICKEN AGAIN THANKS TO THE CLASSY JV BOYS,’ WROTE A USER NAMED JORDYN WHO ADDED A SMILEY FACE EMOTICON AT THE END.

‘MORAL OF THE STORY BOYS ARE GROSS,’ WROTE A TWEETER NAMED BETHANY, WHILE KYLE POSTED ‘NEVER BEEN MORE DISGUSTED IN MY LIFE’.

Grand Forks principal Buck Kasowski had a less than strong reaction regarding the allegations:

“Students make mistakes all of the time,” he said. “And when they make mistakes, there are consequences. When the consequences are done, we move on. That’s what schools do.”

Principal Kasowski could not elaborate if the acts were in fact sexual in nature due to state privacy laws. He also denied that some kids were forced to eat the tainted items, claiming it was “the furthest thing from the truth.”

The suspensions for these little creatures ranged from three to five days. Of course these kids seem like the kind of people that will grow up doing three to five years. In prison.

(Via Daily Mail, KVLY11)

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