Boston Fraternity Tied Hazing

April 11, 2012 by staff 

Boston Fraternity Tied Hazing, The Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity at Boston University is under investigation after an alleged hazing incident in which five students were found tied up and wearing nothing but underwear, authorities say.
All five men were covered in welts and had their heads shaved; they were found bound together by duct tape after police responded to a call about noise from the fraternity’s party. The official police report states that the men “had been doused with flour, coffee grounds, fish sauce, chili sauce, honey, hot sauce, mustard and empty sardine cans,” notes The Boston Channel.

While the incident is believed to be an act of hazing, several of the men have refused to cooperate with police, and a spokesman for Boston University told reporters that Alpha Epsilon Pi is not a school-sanctioned fraternity. None of the men sought medical attention for their injuries.

The young men “were tied together via duct tape wrist-to-wrist to form a human chain,” states the official report. “All five were shivering and horrified and had fearful looks on their faces.”

This is not the first report of hazing at Boston University. Last month, The Boston Channel notes, the Sigma Delta Tau sorority was suspended after three pledges were so intoxicated they required hospitalization.

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