CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) says there’s always a price to pay when someone litters. In a case Thursday, April 7, the price is a Red fox’s rear leg.
“It could be the price of a ticket for the person who litters, or something as serious as a limb in this case,” said Bruce Henry, MDC’s natural history biologist for the Southeast Region. “There’s always a price for littering, it’s just a matter of who pays.”