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The video, which was posted to YouTube by the Salt Lake Tribune, shows them cheering and high-fiving, crowing that they had saved lives. Taylor struck a pro-wrestling strongman pose and Hall sang the 1990 dance-party hit, "Wiggle It — Just a Little Bit."
“We have now modified Goblin Valley,” Hall declared on the video.
Taylor filed the lawsuit at the beginning of September saying that after that accident he injured his back and had to "endure great pain and suffering, disability, impairment, loss of joy of life." Taylor also says in the lawsuit that the accident was "debilitating."
It's hard to believe the Boy Scouts aren't more outraged.
I don't know what is scarier, him being a scout leader and teaching his idiocy to children or that he may be capable of breeding. Either way I hope his fine is severe. I doubt he'll have to do jail time, but I hope he does.
A Boy Scouts of America spokesman said the organization was also reviewing the matter and would take appropriate action.
"We are shocked and disappointed by this reprehensible behavior. For more than a century, the Boy Scouts of America has been a leader in conservation - from stewardship to sustainability," Boy Scouts spokesman Deron Smith said.
"The isolated actions of these individuals are absolutely counter to our beliefs and what we teach," he said.
Toppling of US rock formation spurs death threats