“Free Bob!”: New Brunswick Brewery backs man busted for selling moose head

When Ontario man Ken Procyk inherited a stuffed trophy moose head nicknamed “Bob” and had no place to put it, he sold it on eBay to a restaurant in Missouri. Shortly thereafter, wildlife officials showed up at his door “with guns and bulletproof vests,” he told CBC News. They confiscated the moose head and charged Procyk with the unauthorized sale of mounted wildlife. Meanwhile, New Brunswick’s Moosehead Brewery couldn’t resist the potential publicity; it’s paying for Procyk’s legal bills and has launched a campaign to “Free Bob.” Here’s the story (first link) and the “Free Bob” site (second link):