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An Oklahoma woman was slapped with a hefty fine after showing off an illegal deer kill on a dating app to a potential suitor — who happened to be a state game warden.

The woman, whose name was withheld, unwittingly told Cannon Harrison, a 24-year-old McIntosh County warden, on the dating app Bumble that she had killed a “bigo buck,” the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Game Wardens wrote on Facebook on Sunday.

“Honestly, the first thing I thought was that it was someone who was messing with me because they knew who I was,” Harrison told The Washington Post. “It seemed too good to be true.”

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8 minutes ago, refugee said:

https://www.foxnews.com/great-outdoors/oklahoma-woman-unwittingly-boasted-on-dating-app-about-poaching-deer-to-game-warden

 

An Oklahoma woman was slapped with a hefty fine after showing off an illegal deer kill on a dating app to a potential suitor — who happened to be a state game warden.

The woman, whose name was withheld, unwittingly told Cannon Harrison, a 24-year-old McIntosh County warden, on the dating app Bumble that she had killed a “bigo buck,” the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Game Wardens wrote on Facebook on Sunday.

“Honestly, the first thing I thought was that it was someone who was messing with me because they knew who I was,” Harrison told The Washington Post. “It seemed too good to be true.”

So why is this here?

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1 minute ago, refugee said:

okay..I found it hilarious, but feel free to move or purge it 

Totally agree it is funny..... Never mind just leave it here and post more. 

Edited by Cyberfx1024

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31 minutes ago, Cyberfx1024 said:

Yes, it is not a current event or a hot social topic

yes, it is a current event - Published 10 hours ago  - and depending on how many posts it gets, it could be a hot topic.


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I carry a gun because a cop is too heavy.

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I agree, it is funny, and quite honestly poetic justice.


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My first trip to visit my grandparents in Arkansas as a teenager was interesting. G-Pa and I were driving across one of those Ozark dirt back roads when all of a sudden in one graceful move he slammed the brakes, opened the door, pulled the rifle ( safety off) from the rack and laid a line of fire across the hood of the truck at an out of season doe (he missed) .  I guess hunting regs are a unnecessary formality in some parts of the country.

1 hour ago, Randyandyuni said:

I think it's kind of funny too, at least he found an outdoorsy girl

He can visit her on conjugal visit days.

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33 minutes ago, refugee said:

My first trip to visit my grandparents in Arkansas as a teenager was interesting. G-Pa and I were driving across one of those Ozark dirt back roads when all of a sudden in one graceful move he slammed the brakes, opened the door, pulled the rifle ( safety off) from the rack and laid a line of fire across the hood of the truck at an out of season doe (he missed) .  I guess hunting regs are a unnecessary formality in some parts of the country.

He can visit her on conjugal visit days.

I had a disabled uncle that would hunt from his kitchen window year round, he lived in very rural PA, he considered an out of season deer a tresspasser


 

 

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