Brock Lesnar accused of hunting violations in Canada
Brock Lesnar doesn't need to follow no damn hunting rules!
Brock Lesnar was the subject of a court hearing in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada yesterday for alleged hunting violations.
Lesnar and co-defendant Chad Stryker were charged with three violations of the Alberta Fish and Wildlife Act, but didn't appear in court. The hearing was postponed until January 19.
Here's how the Canadian press describes the violations Lesnar is accused of:
The charges came before Medicine Hat Provincial Court Thursday morning and include improper affixation of tags, spoilage of skin and edible flesh and possession of a controlled animal.
Lesnar already blamed Canada's medical system for almost killing him after he fell ill with diverticulitis but was misdiagnosed with mono. He must really hate our northern neighbor now.
A former UFC heavyweight champion, Lesnar is scheduled to fight K-1 Kickboxer Alistair Overeem on December 30 at UFC 141.
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