Tennessee Fraternity Guilty of Genital Hot Sauce Hazing

Last year a University of Tennessee fraternity was accused of buttchugging. This year fraternities at the University of Tennessee have all gotten the memo that buttchugging is unacceptable behavior. So they’ve moved on to a new hazing ritual — putting hot sauce on each other’s genitals. 

At least that’s the result of a recent report that led to the suspension of the University of Tennessee’s Alpha Phi Alpha chapter until 2016. After an exhaustive investigation into whether or not hot sauce was being placed on pledge’s genitals, the University of Tennessee determined that hot sauce was, in fact, being placed on pledge’s genitals. They even had the underwear to prove it. Seriously. 

Quoth the report:

“On March 19th, 2014 sorority and fraternity life staff received a call from a gentleman advising that his nephew was going through process to be a member of Alpha Phi Alpha and that he was concerned about changes in the nephew’s personality. A folder containing historical facts, a hand written letter, and pair of men’s underwear was delivered to the Dean of Student’s Office. The letter advised that an element of the hazing involved pouring hot sauce on the young men’s genitals and that the underwear was hot sauce stained. 

Investigation into the allegations by the university staff members resulted admissions by students that underwent the hazing. The students advised that the hazing included screaming for failing to answer questions correctly, paddling, and hot sauce being poured on genitals. The investigation further revealed that the hazing led to requirement of medical attention as a result of the hazing.”

This really happened.

Let’s all pray that the fraternity holds a press conference to deny the genital hot sauce hazing just like the buttchugging fraternity did.

In the meantime, let this be clear, University of Tennessee fraternities, you are not permitted to buttchugg or place hot sauce on each other’s genitals.  

Written by Clay Travis

OutKick founder, host and author. He's presently banned from appearing on both CNN and ESPN because he’s too honest for both.


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