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RUSH HOUR: Fury over hunter’s ‘sick’ pictures

Fury over hunter’s ‘sick’ pictures

A former Canadian sports star has been bombarded with online abuse after boasting about killing a grizzly bear and moose and posing next to their bloodied bodies.

He bragged about killing the grizzly after an “awesome stalk”.

“He spotted us at about 75 yards. Instead of taking off he turned and came right at us. It was very easy to tell this boar owned the valley we were hunting in and wasn’t scared of anything,” he wrote.

He then posted a picture standing over a dead moose, claiming he was “humbled” by the animal.

“We all have times we hunt hard and don’t get rewarded, and then every once in awhile we get lucky and are in the right place at the right time,” he wrote.

People were quick to voice their disgust at the photos.

“Disgusting — You deserve all the threats and hate you are getting and will continue to get for the rest of your life. There is no way to defend killing for FUN. You and ur wife are deeply mentally sick,” one person wrote.

Another said: “You won against the bear this time, let’s hope the bear wins next time. That’s a photo I would like to see.”

Some people even made death threats to the former hockey player, with Brent responding to the harsh backlash by writing: “This is what we are up against as Hunters and conservationists!”

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