Boston University Hazing
Boston University is investigating a case of what police call "extreme hazing" at a fraternity house.
Police responded to complaints of a loud party at the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity house early Monday morning and found five men tied to one another with duct tape and wearing nothing but underwear.
They were also covered with red welts and condiments, and parts of their heads had been shaved.
Nine other students will likely face criminal charges and be expelled from school.
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