The Tiger Mafia might lose a kingpin


It’s a small thing in the grand mess we’re in, but it’s still good to see that “Doc” Antle, the insufferable exploiter from that Tiger King documentary, has been charged with felonies for his abuse of animals.

Bhagavan Antle, who is known as Doc and is the owner of Myrtle Beach Safari in South Carolina, was charged with two felony counts related to wildlife trafficking and 13 additional misdemeanors, according to the Office of the Attorney General of Virginia. Tawny Antle and Tilakam Watterson, daughters of Mr. Antle, are also facing several misdemeanor charges in connection with animal cruelty and alleged violations of the Endangered Species Act.

You know, everyone in that documentary was an awful person. Can we just arrest them all and get it over with?

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  1. says

    Also, if you liked/enjoyed/could not look away from Tiger King may I suggest checking out Finders Keepers as a doc to watch. It is a couple of guys fighting over party’s A severed foot that ended in a smoker in a storage unit that party B brought at auction.

  2. stroppy says

    “It’s a small thing.”

    The tip of the iceberg, but then it’s all tips and icebergs out there. Take the bastards out as best you can.

  3. microraptor says

    It’s amazing how many people are willing to believe Baskins murdered her ex based on nothing but the word of a guy who had a well-documented feud with her.

  4. kingoftown says

    @microraptor
    Also the family of her former husband thinks she did it. There is also the fact he had filed a restraining order against her 2 months earlier and that she inherited most of his estate thanks to a highly dubious will.

  5. davidc1 says

    There is a clip out there in cyber space of a so called animal trainer hitting a Black bear ,didn’t end with for the tithead.

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