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Fool Hangs Goat Carcass Off Harry Caray Statue; Chicago Police Not Amused

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Some misguided individual, evidently meaning to once-and-for-all dispel the curse that has allegedly haunted the Cubs ever since the team famously booted a pidgin-English-speaking man and his foul-smelling pet from the ballpark, on Monday morning hung a goat carcass off the bronze statue of Harry Caray that graces the area outside Wrigley Field at Clark and Addison, reports the Chicago Sun-Times.  Disgusted police removed the corpse, which was hanging by a rope from one of Harry’s outstretched arms.  This is not the first time such a grisly sacrifice has been offered up to the world’s greatest Cub fan and Bud man:  in 2007, another deceased goat was discovered hanging in similar fashion from the same statue (it didn’t work).  PETA is going to have something to say about this, methinks.

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