A man who attempted to gain notoriety by dressing up as Bigfoot went horribly wrong. Randy Lee Tenley, 44, of Kalispell, MT was killed in a Bigfoot hoax Sunday evening.
He was a wearing a camoflauge suit to make it appear as if he was Bigfoot or Sasquatch. He was standing in the right-hand lane of US Highway 93 when his camoflauge worked too well.
A vehicle struck him because the driver was not able to see him. After that, a second vehicle hit him while Tenley was laying in the road. The two drivers that hit Tenley were women. (Insert woman driver joke here!)
The moral of this event is that one shouldn't wear camoflauge if he or she wants to be seen by the public and that nobody should attempt to emulate a beef jerky commercial. RIP Randy Tenley.
Sources: ABC News, NMA TV