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Prince Edward Under Investigation After Alleged Animal Abuse

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Yowzers! Did Prince Edward pull a Michael Vick?

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (why are British-sounding things so cool?) has officially launched a full-fledged investigation into claims that Prince Edward struck his dog with a stick while on a hunting trip.

The incident was caught on tape and shows the Prince rushing at the animals with a shotgun tucked under his arm and a 4ft stick raised in the air. He then proceeds to bring the stick down several times towards them. When one of the dogs runs off and cowers, Edward chases after it and takes another swing.

The official word from Buckingham Palace is that Edward waved his stick to try and break up a fight between his animals over a dead pheasant. Riiiiiiiight!

You know what they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. And the words I’m thinking in this case go something like this: guilty, guilty, guilty, guilty, guilty!

To read the whole story, visit dailymail.co.uk!

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