Casey Anthony Dunking Booth Shut Down at Fair
Bluegrass Fair: Casey Anthony Dunking Booth Shut Down
A dunking booth at Kentucky's Bluegrass Fair was shut down following a string of complaints. The dunking booth featured a Casey Anthony lookalike, and contestants could throw a ball at one of two targets: one marked "Guilty" and one marked "Innocent".
Not surprisingly, many found this in bad taste. The key to any successful dunking booth is a suitably belligerent target, and the faux-Casey Anthony was apparently excellent at taunting her would-be dunkers.
Despite the rash of complaints, many people lined up to take a shot at the dunking booth, which was called "State vs. Anthony": unlike in the court system, sinking Casey Anthony required no burden of proof, only a buck and a good throwing arm.
Despite an earlier press release, the Casey Anthony dunking booth is not en route to Arizona. The space for the dunking booth was rented out by the Lions Club, which sponsors the Bluegrass fair.
Our question: how many complained because the booth was in bad taste, and how many complained because they didn't think of it first?