Hofstra University Frat Suspended After Video Shows Apparent Beer Sprayed in Dog's Mouth - NBC New York

Hofstra University Frat Suspended After Video Shows Apparent Beer Sprayed in Dog's Mouth

A video shows a small dog being held upside down and sprayed in the mouth with a liquid from what appears to be a beer keg

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    Hofstra Frat Suspended After Forcing Dog to Drink Beer

    Buddy, the dog at the center of a disturbing video showing him forced to drink from a keg by college students, is doing fine after the incident. NBC 4 New York's Wale Aliyu reports.

    (Published Tuesday, May 14, 2019)

    What to Know

    • A fraternity at Hofstra University is suspended after a video showing a dog being held upside down and sprayed in the mouth with a beer keg

    • Alpha Epsilon Pi sanctioned its Hempstead chapter on Long Island with a "cease and desist" order

    • A fraternity spokesman says they hope to use the incident as a teaching moment; the university called the behavior "unacceptable"

    A fraternity in New York has been suspended from hosting events on campus after officials viewed a video showing a small dog being held upside down and sprayed in the mouth with a liquid from what appears to be a beer keg.

    Newsday reports Alpha Epsilon Pi sanctioned its Hempstead chapter at Hofstra University on Long Island with a "cease and desist" order on Sunday following the Saturday incident.

    The university called the behavior "unacceptable" and said the chapter has been "placed on interim suspension pending an investigation." A fraternity spokesman says they hope to use the incident as a teaching moment.

    The 10-month-old spaniel is owned by a fraternity member and is in the possession of the Nassau County SPCA.

    NY Frat Suspended After Dog Forced to Drink Beer

    [NY] NY Frat Suspended After Dog Forced to Drink Beer

    A fraternity at Hofstra University is suspended after a video showing a dog being held upside down and sprayed in the mouth with a beer keg.

    (Published Tuesday, May 14, 2019)

    Officials say the dog is doing fine.

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