Shocking Plot Twist: Ricky Aguayo-FSU Frat Feud Somehow Led to Gruesome Murder of Innocent Turtle
Earlier this week it was learned that Florida State Seminoles kicker Ricky Aguayo got into a fight at an FSU frat house last December. Today this story has taken a very dark, disturbing turn.
Aguayo told cops that, on December 2, 2016, he was “jumped” by members of Pi Kappa Phi, who had been heckling him about missing two kicks in the November 26, 2016, game against Florida. However, one of the frat bros told police that Aguayo called him a “sorority f****t” and punched him in the face four times. And Aguayo certainly looks like a willing combatant in video obtained by TMZ.
Regardless of who started the fight, this next part is going to leave you disgusted.
According to the Tallassee Democrat, in February of 2017, two months after the fight at Pi Kappa Phi, Ricky Aguayo, Seminoles tight end Ryan Izzo, and another man identified only as “Shane” broke into a different fraternity house on the street and murdered a turtle.
This incident occurred on February 18 at the Phi Sigma Kappa house, which is next door to the Pi Kappa Phi house where Aguayo was involved in the fight. A Phi Sigma Kappa member told police he awoke around 2 a.m. to the sound of “celebratory chants” coming from the living room. When he got up to investigate, the living room had been ransacked, and one of the football players was holding the house pet, a turtle named “Turntle,” which appeared to be dead.
Here’s the disturbing part: Turntle’s shell? It had been ripped from its body.
It’s unclear why Aguayo, Izzo, and “Shane” were in the Phi Sigma Kappa house, but it sounds like they were drunk and out for revenge on Pi Kappa Phi and simply got the wrong house.
Unfortunately, police say the turtle’s owner and the frat president declined to press charges in the incident.
Hat Tip – [Deadspin]