IDIOT POSTS VIDEO OF HIMSELF, HE ASSAULTED A BROWN PELICAN
So there’s this idiot in the state of Maryland and his name is William Hunter Hardesty. And yes, that would make a great assassin’s name. But this idiot decided to assault a brown pelican. But why? Who the fuck knows? But the idiot Hardesty jumped on a Florida pelican and wrestled it in the water. But even stupider, Hardesty later posted video of the whole affair and the video went viral. So obviously, the police noticed and just had to arrest Hardesty. But honestly, I don’t get this at all. Who wants to be known as the guy who assaulted a pelican? Hardesty, it seems, is the answer to that question.
HE ASSAULTED BROWN PELICAN IN FLORIDA, BUT BUSTED IN MARYLAND
So the brown pelican assault happened a marina in Key West a couple weeks ago. But it was Maryland State Police who made the arrest. Hardesty, 31, had tried to capture the migratory bird at the Key West Historic Seaport. But after he posted video of this the video went viral and authorities noticed. Man, did they notice. We’re talking the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and the State Attorney’s Office. None of them were amused or happy. So the FWC then sent out a 10-page warrant for Hardesty’s arrest. The charges include animal cruelty to a migratory bird and intentionally feeding a pelican.
IDIOT BRAGGED ABOUT PELICAN ASSAULT TO STRANGERS, THEY CALLED THE POLICE
Hardesty thought the whole thing was so funny he later bragged about it to other people staying at the same hotel in Ocean City, Maryland where he was staying. But they didn’t think it was funny. So they called the police on his ass. That’s how police arrested him at the hotel in Maryland. In the video, you can see Hardesty luring the brown pelican to him on the dock with a fish. But when it got close, he then jumped on it in the water! It then snaps at his face bhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Florida_Keysefore it got loose and flew away. So Hardesty is on the way back to the Keys where authorities will book him on an $80,000 bond.