Actually, drunkenness would explain a lot of this.
Our very dear friends down in Knoxville have had some… interesting legal troubles in the last 24 hours after an on-campus fraternity was sanctioned for improper alcohol use. Improper not meaning “excessive,” in this case, but rather “Why are you doing that it shouldn’t go in that hole you’re doing it backwards.” From The Tennesseean:
A University of Tennessee fraternity is facing suspension after an alleged “alcohol enema” incident at the chapter’s house on campus over the weekend.
Investigators are working to determine if Broughton was assaulted or made the decision to engage in the behavior himself.
There is no information regarding whether Tyler Bray was present at the party, but no partygoers were injured by thrown glass bottles, so officials believe his involvement is unlikely. Bruce Pearl was waiting outside in his fanciest orange blazer, insisting that he was invited. But this is just the latest in a string of trouble for the University, and particularly the Pi Kappa Alpha chapter:
This is not the first time that UT’s PIKE chapter has run into trouble. In 2008, the chapter was placed on administrative suspension after a hazing incident where pledges were allegedly asked to do push-ups on broken glass. Three students were later hospitalized with staph infections.
To be fair, it’s difficult to say whether the hazing caused the staph; it’s absurdly easy to get infections in Knoxville. But other students on campus know to stay away from this particular University of Tennessee fraternity, even when they’re not getting freaky with Smirnoff suppositories:
Good for Erica. Unfortunately, not every can be so wise. Even in spite of the fraternity’s history with trouble, folks apparently still choose to attend their parties. Then again, the judgment of those who choose to attend the University of Tennessee is suspect from the start. It’s no wonder, then, that poor decisions like these abound.
In spite of all the concern, the investigation into last night’s incident was met with setbacks when a fraternity member explained how the alcohol was inserted into his friend’s rectum, to which the officer responded, “Rectum! Dang near killed ‘im!”