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Boy Scout Leader Posts Video of Himself Knocking Over a 20 Million-Year-Old Rock Formation [VIDEO]

Last week, three men were leading a Boy Scout troop through Goblin Valley State Park in Utah.They decided to knock over a rock formation, known as a ‘goblin’, that’s stood for roughly 20 million years. They then made the decision to post the video to YouTube. These brainiacs could now be facing felony charges, which I am definitely in favor of after watching this:

Many people are outraged by this video, which the men are now claiming to have posted to “protect” people, since the rock formation looked shaky and could have fallen on a little kid. Oh, and the guy who actually knocked over the formation is Glenn Taylor from Highland, Utah, who just a few weeks before the video was uploaded to the internet filed a lawsuit over a car accident…that supposedly left him disabled. At the very least he won’t be winning that suit. Do you think these guys should face felony charges?

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