What’s next for govt to regulate — after lemonade, hot dogs stands near schools and now Big Foot?
A man who led tour groups on a hunt for Bigfoot got fined for doing business on federal lands without a permit.
Matt Pruitt led a group expedition for The Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization at the Buffalo National River Park in Arkansas in February. He and his group of 31 people were stopped by two park rangers. Pruitt was slapped with a hefty $525 fine for a lack of a commercial use permit.
The organization typically charges as much as $500 to search for the mythical creature in various locations across North America. Like selling snake oil, that is between the group and the gullible — unless they’re conducting their hunt on federal land.
“He was given money by people to lead them on an expedition,” Karen Bradford, chief ranger at Buffalo National River Park, told FoxNews.com. “When you complete any sort of transaction you become a concessionaire and need the proper permit.”
And if they find Bigfoot will they need a permit for him? email@example.com