If the thought of a roadkill dinner makes your heart smile, Montana is calling your name. Not only is it legal to drag roadkill home for dinner, drivers will eventually be allowed to print out permits to harvest carcases. This will eventually lead to an app that will allow you to do the same.
According to the New York Post, the Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission is expected to approve a plan that will allow people to secure permits online to save the animals they hit and kill within 24 hours of the accident. This would save time, as people would not have to go through the disgusting process of presenting an animal carcas to law enforcement.
Ron Aasheim, spokesman for Montana's Fish, Widlife and Park's agency, says that an app to obtain roadkill permits is the next phase. "With all the advances in technology, why not allow people to do that," Aasheim said. There's something hilariously ironic about bringing technological advancements to roadkill, no?
[via New York Post]