Iguana eating tourists arrested in Bahamas

| 09/02/2009

(BahamasB2B.com): Two American tourists have been arrested after photographs of people cooking and eating endangered iguanas in the Exuma Cays were posted on a social networking website. Friends of those responsible for posting the pictures on Facebook circulated the photographs in an e-mail that worked its way to executive director of the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) Eric Carey on MOnday afternoon. Horrified by the gruesome images of the critically endangered species being butchered, grilled and devoured,  Mr Carey alerted staff at the BNT Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park. Go to article

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  1. Green Hornet says:

    How pathetic. Unfortunately, this level of moronicism is all too frequent in US tourists who have little or no regard for either the culture or the wildlife of the ROW (rest of the world). Hopefully, a couple of years in a Bahamian jail would sort them out.