TED NUGENT Offers To Take Care Of Illinois Deer Population: Video Report Available

Chicago's WBBM-TV is repoting that Ted Nugent is offering up his services in a dilemma that has folks in North Barrington saying "oh deer."

People living in the Wynstone Estates say deer are tearing up their landscaping. So last week the village voted to allow bow hunters to come in and kill about 20 deer.

But one critic called it dangerous to hunt in such a populated area and likened bow hunters to "six-pack swilling fans of Ted Nugent."

"The Nuge" responded, offering to personally take care of North Barrington's deer population.

“All they got to do is give me a call, and I'll whack 'em and stack 'em and kill 'em and grill 'em and celebrate with the venison party God has blessed us with," Nugent said.

Nugent went on to call critics of deer hunting ignorant, citing the growing number of drivers killed in deadly crashes involving deer.

A WBBM-TV report on this story can be viewed at this location.


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