The U.S. proposed to legalize Bigfoot hunting

The U.S. proposed to legalize Bigfoot hunting

The authorities of the American state of Oklahoma will consider a bill establishing a Bigfoot hunting season.

A member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Republican Justin Humphrey, who represents the state of Oklahoma, proposed not only to legalize bigfoot hunting, but also to officially establish its season, and issue licenses to all who wish to meet the mythical creature. The senator believes such a decision would boost tourism in the state.

“A legalized hunting season and issuing licenses to those who want to hunt Bigfoot will attract even more people to our already beautiful part of the state,” Humphrey emphasized.

According to the drafted bill, Bigfoot only needs to be taken alive. The most successful hunter would be awarded a $25,000 prize.

However, social media condemned Humphrey’s initiative: users decided that the project would encourage murders in the woods, which would later be justified as a legalized mistake. Some have already developed an exculpatory wording: “I shot some hairy man, mistaking him for Bigfoot.”

Note that Oklahoma holds a Bigfoot holiday every year. At the same time Humphrey himself does not believe in the existence of Bigfoot. However, acquaintances, on whom you can rely, told about the meeting with the mythical creature. The existence of Bigfoot is not confirmed by science.