Yeah, I know I shouldn’t refer to these men as a “gaggle of dipshits”, but I’m really at a loss for words as to what might have made this trio of obliviots think that this was a good idea. In a just world, the rock would have rolled in the other direction…
A group of Boy Scout leaders is potentially facing felony charges for destroying a rock formation millions of years old in Emery County.
The trio of men was adventuring in Goblin Valley State Park when they decided to film themselves knocking over one of the formations, known as “goblins.”
They said later it appeared to them that it was ready to fall and might hurt someone.
In the video, posted on Facebook, one man can be seen leveraging himself against a nearby rock and pushing a formation over.
“Some little kid was about ready to walk down here and die and Glenn saved his life by getting the boulder out of the way,” the cameraman is heard saying. “So it’s all about saving lives here at Goblin Valley.”
After the rock falls, the three men laugh, cheer and high five each other.