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College Students Arrested for Dangerous and Disgusting Acts of Hazing

Hazing is illegal.

Hazing is illegal.

Albany (NY) police were called to a home around 1:00 a.m. on a noise complaint and ended up arresting seven college students for hazing four young women who wanted to join their sorority. The students arrested ranged in age from 19 to 21 years.

When police arrived at a University at Albany off-campus sorority house on a loud noise complaint, they saw four women being subjected to what appeared to be a sorority initiation. The four women had been blindfolded. One of them told police she was made to get on the ground and forced to eat what appeared to be mud while sour milk, rotten eggs, mold-covered food, and a liquid that smelled like urine was poured onto her face. After experiencing an allergic reaction, one of the victims was taken to the hospital where she was treated and released.

“Hazing is not only dangerous,” Albany Police Chief Steve Smith said; “it’s against the law.” Each of the arrested students was charged with one count of first degree hazing and one count of second degree hazing.

A university spokesman denounced the hazing and said the sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi, is not recognized by the university. The spokesman also said that an investigation is ongoing and if it is found that the accused students have violated the university’s code of conduct, appropriate measures will be taken.

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