Law school students arrested for beheading a bird (video)

Eric Cuellar and Justin Teixeira 
By: Devansh Dutt 

(Scroll down for video) Two law school student were arrested after they were seen on surveillance camera holding a beheaded bird.

The two young promising law school students may have ruined their chances for the profession of their choice, after they were seen holding the dead beheaded bird.

The State Bar of California requires that all lawyers demonstrate good moral character, so as far as these two young men are concerned their characters are being questioned.

Eric Cuellar, and Justin Teixeira, both 24, who are students at the University of California at Berkeley School, were in Las Vegas, Nevada, when they were arrested for beheading the bird.

The two are accused of stealing a 14-year-old exotic bird called a Helmeted Guinea fowl. According
to the prosecutor they took the bird from a cage at the Flamingo resort and casino.

The two were seen on video surveillance camera chasing the bird to nearby trees. Shortly thereafter, they emerged holding the bird's body and severed head. "According to the security people, the men were laughing and joking about the fact of what they had done," Metro Police Sgt. John Sheahan said.

The University students were arrested and charged with conspiracy and willful malicious killing of wildlife.