Cannon Harrison, a game warden in Oklahoma’s Department of Wildlife Conservation is all about catching poachers. He’ll investigate leads that sometimes take months, even years to solve. But this case was an easy one for him to crack. In fact, it was basically handed to him via phone messages.

While on his cell phone recently, Cannon matched with another young single on a dating app called Bumble. They started talking and quickly had something in common, hunting. The conversation continues as follows:

-Hey! -Hey there!

-How are you? -No complaints, how about you?

-Oh, I’m great. Just shot a bigo¬†buck. Pretty happy about it.-Hell yeah! Get em with a bow?

-Well, we don’t need to talk about that. -Haha, spotlight?

Needless to say, the date did not happen for the young lady. Rather, she got a visit the next morning by the game wardens. She plead guilty and was given a $2400 ticket. So much for online dating and trying to get yourself out there. Read the entire article here.

Anyone ever heard of something this crazy?

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