US huntress facing Scottish firearm charges for shooting ‘farm animals’

US huntress facing Scottish firearm charges for shooting ‘farm animals’




An American massive recreation hunter who posed for photographs with slain goats and sheep in Scotland is coping with firearms charges.

TV host Larysa Switlyk, 33, shared posing with a wild goat on the island of Islay inside the autumn nonetheless was extensively criticized for the shot.

The TV persona shared the in a tweet that talked about it was a “pleasurable hunt” and a “good 200 yard shot.”

But it surely certainly was revealed on Monday that she has been reported to the Procurator Fiscal over the alleged offenses in September. The Procurator Fiscal is Scotland’s mannequin of a district authorized skilled.

Argyll and West Dunbartonshire cops moreover confirmed 41-year-old man from the US had been reported.

A press launch talked about: “Following various complaints of untamed goat ‘trophy’ trying on Islay in September, Police Scotland can now confirm 33-year-old woman and a 41-year-old man from the USA have been reported to the Procurator Fiscal for firearms offenses.”

It comes after she was branded as “barbaric” for posting photos of her kills, which included a bloodied ram, a goat and a purple stag.

A petition was even started calling for the Scottish Authorities to position an entire ban on the trying.




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