Oklahoma State Rep. Gives Bounty for Anybody Who Traps Bigfoot (VIDEO)

An Oklahoma state consultant is dealing with backlash after making an attempt to spice up tourism with a enjoyable and playful bounty on Huge Foot.

Republican state Rep. Justin Humphrey has filed a invoice to arrange a “Huge Foot searching season” and even difficulty licenses for hunters who wish to attempt their hand at capturing the legend.

Rep. Humphrey hopes to create a $25,000 reward for anybody who manages to catch one.

Believers within the legendary creature have been so outraged the proposal, nevertheless, that Rep. Humphrey needed to make clear that they are not looking for hunters to kill Huge Foot in the event that they stumble throughout one.

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“I had one woman simply scream at me that she goes to verify I’ll get beat due to this and informed me I’ve misplaced my thoughts,” Humphrey informed The Oklahoman. “I don’t suppose they perceive what we try to do to advertise our space.”

The realm already has a Huge Foot competition celebrating the legend.

“Tourism is among the greatest sights we have now in my Home district,” Humphrey mentioned of his invoice. “Establishing an precise searching season and issuing licenses for individuals who wish to hunt Bigfoot will simply draw extra folks to our already stunning a part of the state. It is going to be an effective way for folks to take pleasure in our space and to have some enjoyable.”

Rep. Humphrey says that whereas he has no means encountered a Huge Foot, he is aware of individuals who swear that they’ve.

“I’ve been within the woods all my life and I’ve not ever seen any signal of Bigfoot,” Humphrey mentioned. “I’ve no means heard Bigfoot, however I’ve some folks that I do know which are good, stable individuals who I’ll assure you 100 % have mentioned they’ve had expertise with Bigfoot. So, I do know there are folks on the market that you’ll not persuade that Bigfoot doesn’t exist.”

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