Fraternity Investigated after Pledges Were Found Naked in Basement and Covered in Fish Sauce

A fraternity is under investigation after five Boston University students were found duct taped together in their underwear and covered in condiments, according to a police report obtained by Boston University’s student newspaper the Daily Free Press.

Alpha Epsilon Pi, which is not affiliated with the university, was caught hazing the students at a house on 24 Ashford St. Police reportedly found the young men in a basement shivering after being covered in condiment-type substances.

One of the alleged victims was reportedly crying as police found them. The condiments they were covered in included fish sauce, chili sauce, flour and coffee grinds, the report states.

“It’s serious, it’s troubling and we’re going to investigate it,” said BU spokesman Colin Riley in a statement. “They’ll not only have to deal with Boston University, but if Boston Police charges them with anything, then they’re going to have to face that situation as well.”

The university and the Inter-Fraternity Council have not recognized the fraternity since 1995, IFC President Jimmy Czodli told The Daily Free Press.

“They are in no way, shape or form affiliated with us or the university,” Czodli, a College of Arts and Sciences senior, told The Daily Free Press. “The fraternities that are affiliated with the university do not condone, participate in or tolerate any form of hazing of any kind, especially the extreme nature that was depicted in that police report.”

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