Proof of a Bad Idea

Christmas won’t be the same for Dhaliwal Brothers

Allegations and Discovery Lend Weight to Idea that Tigers were Taunted 
Another Christmas idea we’ll see less of as time goes passes.
The whispers that the tigers at the San Francisco Zoo were taunted by the teens who were mauled, and in once case killed, got a lot louder.

According to a source, the two surviving brothers injured in the San Francisco Zoo tiger attack had an empty vodka bottle in their car.

The new allegations were contained in a story in the New York Post.

According to the Post, “An empty vodka bottle was also found in a car used by Amritpal Dhaliwal, 19, and his brother, Kulbir, 23, on the day of the mauling, which left 17-year-old Carlos Sousa Jr. dead, according to the source.”

“The discoveries could be an indication that the brothers may have taunted the 350-pound Siberian tiger before it leapt from its grotto.”

Although cops and other authorities in the Christmas Day tiger attack have repeatedly that they believe no taunting of the tiger occurred, this latest news should cast some doubt on that thesis.

According to information obtained by DBKP, one of the brothers wrote on his MySpace page right before he left for the zoo that he was feeling “high”.

According to other sources at DBKP, splitting a bottle of vodka could have contributed to the youth’s feeling “high”.

What did the brothers have to say about these allegations?
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Mondoreb blogs at Death By 1000 Papercuts. Interested readers can e-mail him at All DBKP  stories  are filed under Mondoreb at  BNN.
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