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Michael Bay Offers $50K Reward For Capture Of Puppy-Throwing Girl

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michael bayHow to make a story have more “boom”? Add Michael Bay to the mix.

The famous director known for blowing up the world in movies like Transformers and Armageddon has offered a $50K reward for the arrest and “successful prosecution” of the now infamous Bosnian puppy-throwing girl. The previous reward dangled out there was $2K from PETA. From his official website:

“There is a disturbing video going around the news outlets. It’s a video of blonde young woman in a red sweatshirt casually tossing squealing puppies into the fast-moving river one by one.”

“Michael Bay has informed me that he is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and successful prosecution of the woman in the red sweatshirt and the person who shot this act of cruelty.”

As Gawker points out, this whole thing could be moot. An apology video from the girl in question is reportedly circulating online — and the gang over at 4chan may have already uncovered her identity.

Either way, no doubt webmaster@michaelbay.com is going to be receiving plenty of claims in the coming days. But hey — nice job stepping up. And if this whole thing is solved, why not take that cash and donate it anyways? We’re sure you could rock some non-profit’s world without having to blow up a single thing.

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