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That was the question raised about Hunting for Bambi , a Las Vegas-based business which. According to the Hunting for Bambi site, the business they were promoting was:. If you would like to fly out to wonderful fun filled Las Vegas, Nevada for the hunt of a lifetime now is your chance. You can actually hunt one of our Bambi babes and shoot her with paintballs while we film the whole thing and tape it for your own home video. We will send you a complete list of wall hangers to choose from once your reservation is confirmed for your hunt. Whether it is the girl next door or a perfect 10 we have an abundance of these beauties.

Vegas Presses Charges in Hoax Over Paintball-Hunting for Naked Women

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Okay, I'll admit it. I fell for the "Hunting for Bambi" thing along with about a gazillion other people. Like a lot of hoaxes and urban legends, it just sounded soooo real. The reporter even showed blurry video film of nubile, unclad young women cavorting through the woods as camouflaged, gun-toting guys stalked and shot them with blobs of paint. Or, to be more precise, I didn't recognize him if he was. The Bambi hunts didn't seem any more implausible or outrageous to me than the popular "hunt clubs" where employees raise birds in a coop, then place them in trees for the Mighty Hunters to go out and shoot. I've been to one of those, I'm embarrassed to admit, so I know they're real.

'Hunting Naked Women' Game Draws Outrage

Make social videos in an instant: use custom templates to tell the right story for your business. This story was an interesting one. This company in Vegas claimed that they were offering the opportunity to hunt down naked women in the desert with paintball guns. It was a big scam and our station bought it and aired the story. I didn't want to do this promo.
Men are running around Las Vegas shooting naked women for their 'racks,' and I'm trapped like a deer in headlights, still trying to make heads or tails of the whole torrid affair. Two weeks ago, CBS affiliate KLAS-TV in Nevada, aired a four-part series about a new form of adult entertainment called 'Hunting For Bambi,' in which men pay thousands of dollars to shoot paintballs at women wearing nothing but their tennis shoes. Each client receives a commemorative video of the game. Understandably, the public response to this controversy has been overwhelming.