Two charged for 'Moose Rider' video - MY PG NOW

The BC Conservation Service says they have charged two men in connection to the 'Moose Rider' incident. Deputy Chief Chris Doyle says they received complaints from the public in June of 2015 “relating to a video posted on social media that depicted a ...

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 ...

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 ...

'Moose rider' caught on YouTube video charged - CBC.ca

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 ...

CORRECTION: Two Fort St. John men charged in moose riding incident - Energeticcity.ca

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The story has been corrected. The previous story stated the men were from Fort Nelson. It has been corrected that the two men are from Fort St. John. Two Fort St. John men have been charged after video surfaced of a man jumping on ...

Two men charged after moose-riding video goes viral - Vancouver Sun

Conservation officials in B.C. say they've charged two men in connection with a video posted online that shows a man jumping on a moose and briefly riding the animal as it tried to cross a lake. Deputy Conservation Officer Chris Doyle says two Fort St ...

Two men charged in relation to “moose rider” viral video - CKNW News Talk 980

Chances are you saw this viral video last June: a group of young men in a boat, somewhere in B.C.'s mountains chasing a frightened moose until one of them jumped onto its back. “I've never seen something so awesome!” exlaims one, over the laughs of ...

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

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 ...

'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 ...

BC men charged in moose riding case [with VIDEO] - Abbotsford News (registration) (blog)

Frame from video shows man who jumped on a moose's back as it was swimming in the Tuchodi Lakes in 2014. — image credit: YouTube. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Email Share to Pinterest Share to More. by Tom ...

Two charged in Moose Rider incident - Prince George Citizen

Two Fort St. John men have been charged in the so-called Moose Rider incident, B.C. Conservation Officer Service deputy chief Chris Doyle said Thursday. They both face one count each of harassing wildlife with the use of a boat, attempting to capture ...

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 ...