Monday, August 27, 2012

Dumbass of the Year Award, hands down.

KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — A man dressed in a military-style "ghillie" suit and apparently trying to provoke reports of a Bigfoot sighting in northwest Montana was struck by two cars and killed, authorities said.
The man was standing in the right-hand lane of U.S. Highway 93 south of Kalispell on Sunday night when he was hit by the first car, according to the Montana Highway Patrol. A second car hit the man as he lay in the roadway, authorities said.
Flathead County officials identified the man as Randy Lee Tenley, 44, of Kalispell. Trooper Jim Schneider said motives were ascertained during interviews with friends, and alcohol may have been a factor but investigators were awaiting tests.
"He was trying to make people think he was Sasquatch so people would call in a Sasquatch sighting," Schneider told the Daily Inter Lake ( on Monday. "You can't make it up. I haven't seen or heard of anything like this before. Obviously, his suit made it difficult for people to see him."
Ghillie suits are a type of full-body clothing made to resemble heavy foliage and used to camouflage military snipers.
"He probably would not have been very easy to see at all," Schneider told KECI-TV ( ).
Tenley was struck by vehicles driven by two girls, ages 15 and 17, who were unable to stop in time, authorities said.


The Steel Ibeam said...

I thinks this is a cover up story. I think he had the wrong coordinates for his motorcade sniper attack. The locals disposed of the weapon accordingly and deemed it as some drunk Jack Links commercial wannabe.

Or it is what it is and somebody laced my coffee with the above statement.

R.R. said...

Bahahaha!!! Now if the rest of the people in the shallow end of the gene pool would just follow this guy's lead.

Ragnar said...

It would be funny if it weren't for the two girls.

Skip said...

That's fucked up for the two chicks.