Woman gets a fine for bragging about killing an animal

A woman has agreed to pay a $2,000, fine for killing a deer after the end of hunting season in Oklahoma, where it is considered illegal.

A woman accused of killing a deer in an illegal hunting poses with her prize. - FacebookOklahoma Game Wardens

Her secret got exposed while flirting with Warden Cannon Harrison, who she met on a dating app. 

According to the BBC News, Harrison was able to get a hold of a picture showing late 2018, kill as well as her personal details that helped to locate her on social media. 

Some wardens showed up to arrest her at home the morning after the chat with the officer.

"She has already pled guilty and paid multiple fines," Oklahoma Game Wardens shared on Facebook.

In the post published on Monday, January 7, 2019, the woman (face covered) poses with her prize.

The headless animal is also captured alone in a photo that invited criticism in the comment section.

"I hate Trophy Hunters. I think they're little people that try to feelbig by hurting animals," says one Facebook profile.

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