(Image Source: WBIR)

 

BY CHARLIE MCKEAGUE

 

ANCHOR LAUREN ZIMA

 

The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at the University of Tennessee has been suspended for 30 days after what police are calling an alleged alcohol enema incident. Or as some are calling it - butt chugging. CNN’s Anderson Cooper has the official statement from police.

 

Cooper: “It is believed that members of the fraternity were using rubber tubing inserted into their rectums as a conduit for alcohol.” (Official statement via Knoxville Police Dept spokesman Darrell DeBusk)

A conduit -- possibly to speed up the process of getting drunk. Alcohol entered into the rectum bypasses the liver and enters the bloodstream faster. Anchors were um, bebuttled. Excuse me, befuddled.

Cooper: “Butt chugging, I’m not kidding, Thank you.”

Meade: “I don’t know what to think about this.”

Meade: “What in the world is the point?”

Well, to get drunk, we’re guessing. But the boys weren’t broin’ out with beer -- boxed wine was the butt chug beverage of choice.

And maybe, as some are suggesting, it was all a form of hazing. Either way, WBIR in Tennessee reports almost everyone involved ended up in trouble one way or another.

“It sent one UT student to the hospital, police also found three other people passed out inside that fraternity house. Police named 27 people on the report. 13 marked as suspects. One other, a victim.”

So far only one student faces charges, for disorderly conduct. The student who was sent to the hospital was in critical condition. He is now ok.
 

Tennessee Fraternity Suspended For Alleged 'Butt Chugging'

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Sep 26, 2012

Tennessee Fraternity Suspended For Alleged 'Butt Chugging'

(Image Source: WBIR)

 

BY CHARLIE MCKEAGUE

 

ANCHOR LAUREN ZIMA

 

The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at the University of Tennessee has been suspended for 30 days after what police are calling an alleged alcohol enema incident. Or as some are calling it - butt chugging. CNN’s Anderson Cooper has the official statement from police.

 

Cooper: “It is believed that members of the fraternity were using rubber tubing inserted into their rectums as a conduit for alcohol.” (Official statement via Knoxville Police Dept spokesman Darrell DeBusk)

A conduit -- possibly to speed up the process of getting drunk. Alcohol entered into the rectum bypasses the liver and enters the bloodstream faster. Anchors were um, bebuttled. Excuse me, befuddled.

Cooper: “Butt chugging, I’m not kidding, Thank you.”

Meade: “I don’t know what to think about this.”

Meade: “What in the world is the point?”

Well, to get drunk, we’re guessing. But the boys weren’t broin’ out with beer -- boxed wine was the butt chug beverage of choice.

And maybe, as some are suggesting, it was all a form of hazing. Either way, WBIR in Tennessee reports almost everyone involved ended up in trouble one way or another.

“It sent one UT student to the hospital, police also found three other people passed out inside that fraternity house. Police named 27 people on the report. 13 marked as suspects. One other, a victim.”

So far only one student faces charges, for disorderly conduct. The student who was sent to the hospital was in critical condition. He is now ok.
 

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