A sportsman's club in Pennsylvania claims an animal rights group tormented its members with "emotional violence" to protest its using pigeons for target shooting.
Philadelphia Gun & Hunting Inc. filed a federal lawsuit against the animal rights group.
The suit claims that the group glued dildos to the club building's exterior with signs saying, "They're Bigger Than Your Gun." The group also affixed "other rubber representations of male genitalia on the walls of the building."
The sportman's club claimed that the animal rights activists in so doing "engaged in a campaign of harassment and intimidation" which was the "intentional infliction of emotional distress which caused great anguish" among the membership."
Said club president Bill "Red" Small, "I'll match the size of my gun with any of those sissy pigeon-lovers."
Since the activity began last year, the membership of the gun club has been reduced by some 75%.