Video depicts University of Alabama students abusing wild duck

In a graphic video posted on students’ Instagram account Monday evening showed two students with a wild duck – one person holding the animal up by its neck. The University of Alabama students’ account Old Row Alabama or @oldrowcrimsontide (Old Row Alabama Official Old Row Alabama Account Twitter) posted the photo with the following caption:

“First cookout ducks and next we’re catching quad squirrels.”

Previously there was another photo posted of two ducklings with the following caption:

“Secured the ducks, now just need to find a yeti…”

According to Al.com, university spokesperson Chris Bryant stated the school is aware of the video and on Tuesday morning made an announcement:

“The University takes animal abuse allegations seriously. Law enforcement is investigating. Criminal and/ or student conduct violations will be acted upon as appropriate.”

The men in the video have not been named, and it has not been verified if they are students at the University of Alabama.

To view the disturbing video, please click here.

(Photos of wild duck via Instagram)

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9 replies
  1. Pamela Garlisch says:

    Acted on “as appropriate?” Does this mean sweeping it under the rug? Probably so………….What a way to teach kids right from wrong! The parents failed too!

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  2. Pamela Bolton says:

    Prosecute them,period. If you let them get away with it now, they will do it again because they got away with it the first time. You are going to HAVE TO come down HARD on these thugs to stop this kind of behavior. Their parents didn’t do it, now we have to. Show them that it’s not funny in any way.

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  3. Barkley's Mom says:

    If these ARE students then they are not worth the money wasted on them to send them to this University! I bet their parents are really proud! I hope they find them and charge them!

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  4. Adrienne says:

    The future of this country and this is what they do. Whether it actually happened and they followed through with their threat, they need to be caught and punished severely so as to send a clear message to other fools who want to do this “for the fun of it”.

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  5. pennysdachshunds says:

    RICH DADDIES and MOMMIES !!! Those of Us that had to work our entire way thru college to get a decent education… First would NEVER EVEN THINK of DOING a VICIOUS THING SUCH AS THIS !!! Second: we didn’t have the Time on our hands because We were either working, going to classes , or preparing for term papers & tests… MOMMY & DADDY YOU WASTED your TIME and MOST CERTAINLY YOUR MONEY on the Little Bastards!!! Make sure you get them a vasectomy for Graduation>>> this country doesn’t NEED THEM to SPAWN any MORE of this LINE !!!

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  6. DANIEL KALDERON says:

    WELL USA =YOU GOT THE LITTLE PUNKS PHOTOS =TIME TO PUT THEM IN JAIL FOR FEW YEARS AND THAN THE PUNKS WILL LEARN WHAT RESPECET TO POOR ANIMALS MEANS AND IS !!!

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  7. Diana Rowell says:

    Gonna take these sub-human maggots to a deserted area, hang them by their necks just enough to hold them up, then lite a bonfire underneath them and walk away. Period!

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  8. DANIEL KALDERON says:

    SEND THE PUNK AND ALL ANIMAL ABUSERS / KILLERS =LIFE TIME IN JAIL !!!THAT MUST BE THE NEW INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THAT LAW CAN STOP MOST OF ANIMAL ABUSE /KILLINGS =CASES !!

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