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Oklahoma law enforcement officials are now profiling furries…

It must suck to be a furry in Oklahoma.

Last year, we banned them from holding conventions in state parks, because you know, people who are odd, different and march to a different beat should be shunned by society and not be allowed to follow and embrace their own quirky hobbies and interests.

Now, to make matters worse, it appears that furries are being profiled by Oklahoma law enforcement officials. At least that's what we can assume from this News 9 report:

The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics ran into an interesting character while patrolling an Oklahoma roadway Thursday morning.

Around 9:00 a.m., agents conducted a traffic stop at I-40 in Western Canadian County near the Caddo County line. Although they found a small amount of marijuana on a man who said he was traveling east from California, it’s his outfit that is getting him more attention.

Agents said the man stepped out of his vehicle in a full tiger costume.

At this time, his name has not been released.

His name has not been released? I'm going to go out on a limb and say it's Tony... or Richard Parker.

Here's a pic of the guy they handcuffed while wearing his costume because he had a "small amount" of marijuana.

oklahoma furry

When they release this guy's name, can they also tell us what strain of marijuana he had on him? Also, why do I get the feeling that the only reason this guy was pulled over was because some deputy wanted to seize his tiger costume under our ridiculous civil asset forfeiture laws.

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