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Canada's Suspected 'Moose Riders' Have Been Charged with Harassing Wildlife - TIME

Canadian conservation officials charged two men on Thursday under the Wildlife Act in connection with a YouTube video that went viral last year showing a man riding a moose across a lake in British Columbia. The incident sparked a social-media uproar ...and more »

'Moose rider' caught on YouTube video charged -

A year after a video was posted to YouTube showing a man riding a moose, two Fort St. John, B.C., men have been charged under the Wildlife Act. The video, shot from a motor boat, caused an uproar on social media. It shows a moose being chased across a ...and more »

Two Fort St. John men facing several charges under Wildlife Act in moose 'riding' incident -

Jaysun Pinkerton and Bradley Crook have both been charged with the following: harassment of wildlife with the use of a boat; an attempt to capture wildlife, and hunting big game that is swimming. The charges laid are a result of a year-long ...and more »

Moose rider charged - Dawson Creek Mirror

Two Fort St. John men have been charged after they filmed themselves jumping onto the back of a moose in Tuchodi Lake. Photograph By Youtube. Conservation Officers have charged two Fort St. John men with harassing wildlife after they filmed themselves ...and more »

'Man riding a moose' video leads to charges under Wildlife Act - CTV News

Two suspects have been charged a year after a video of a man jumping onto a moose in the water was posted online. In the video posted to YouTube in June 2015, a shirtless man is seen standing at the front of a boat as it approaches a large moose wading ...and more »

Two Fort St. John men charged after riding moose in northern BC - 660 News

Charges have been laid in a viral video that drew the ire of animal lovers from across the country, an incident of riding a moose. Two Fort St. John men are now facing several counts including harassing wildlife with a boat, attempting to capture ...and more »