Dozens of Arkansas duck hunters descended upon the state capitol today to violently protest “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson’s suspension from the hit television show.
Robertson ruffled some feathers when, in a recent interview with GQ Magazine, he likened “homosexual behavior” to bestiality and promiscuity. A&E Network suspended him on Wednesday, prompting some fans to take to the streets.
The Little Rock Police Department successfully arrested 38 camo-clad men and women accused of looting at Bass Pro Shops, but officers are still working to regain control in other parts of the city. Duck blinds erected on East Markham Street have caused severe traffic delays in the River Market.
Noise complaints have been filed over “deafening” duck calls being amplified through bullhorns, and one eyewitness said he saw a hunter turn a bottle of Jack Daniels whiskey into a Molotov cocktail, which was then thrown through the windshield of a police car.
Craig Dancombe, the only gay “Duck Dynasty” viewer in Arkansas, was taken into protective custody after he posted a Facebook status supporting Robertson’s suspension.