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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