Yesterday, we brought you the story of FSU Pi Kapps being accused of jumping kicker Ricky Aguayo after a couple of missed field goals in the team’s win over Florida last season. According to the report, Aguayo was punched, called tight end Ryan Izzo for a backup and a fight ensued. Now, it appears, Aguayo’s role in fraternity disputes has thickened and involves at least one small, innocent little turtle.
From The Tallahassee Democrat:
Police reports say at about 2 a.m. Feb. 18, Aguayo, Izzo and another man known only as “Shane” were found on the first floor of the neighboring Phi Sigma Kappa house, which had been ransacked.
Fraternity member Daniel Furmanski, who was awoken by loud “celebratory chants coming from the living room,” spotted one of the football players holding the house pet turtle, named “Turntle.”
Its shell was ripped from its body, according to the police report, and it appeared dead.
The fraternity brother told police it was unclear who killed the turtle. He never confronted the football players nor asked them to leave.
RIP In Peace, Turntle. We hardly knew you, but we’re sure you’re busy getting turnt and poppin’ bottles in turtle heaven.
Now, I want a perimeter around this crime scene ASAP. Turntle didn’t die in vain and I’ll be damned if this society will allow his killer to walk the streets to this day. I won’t sleep ‘til justice is brought!
This alleged turtle incident happened roughly two months after the Pi Kapp incident, both of which occurred in the wee morning hours. Aguayo parties, we know that. But is he a turtle murderer? Can he be trusted from more than 30 yards out? And can he take a punch and not be a bitch? We may never know. Actually, that’s not true. Footage of the fight was just released by TMZ.
Doesn’t look like he was exactly jumped..
[via The Tallahassee Democrat]
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