Not That Bad: A trio of dudes recorded themselves knocking over a rock in Utah’s Goblin Valley State Park. “We have now modified Goblin Valley,” one of them proudly proclaims.
A Bit Worse: The rock was part of a 20-million-year-old rock formation — one of the special “goblins” that give the park its name.
Wow, Terrible: The dudes are all Boy Scout leaders. One of the men “said that at the time he thought he was doing a ‘civic service’ by taking down a loose rock,” according to the Salt Lake Tribune. “However, as he walked back to his car, he began thinking that he should have contacted a ranger about the loose rock.” Nevertheless, the man summed up his feelings thusly: “Glad we did it, wish we wouldn’t have done it.”