Is That A WORT Or A Bullet Wound On Your Butt?


A man wearing a mask and hood entered a Wisconsin radio station early Sunday morning and opened fire on three disc jockeys in the broadcast studio, the station said.

WORT FM, a radio station based in Madison, said in a statement that witnesses said five gunshots were fired, injuring one DJ in the buttocks and shattering the glass between studios.

The injured DJ was transported to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and later discharged, WORT said.

A motive for the shooting was still unknown and it’s unclear how the assailant entered the building, WORT said.

“Somebody who had a beef about something … and we’re not quite sure whether it’s a personal issue or a music issue,” he said.

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2 thoughts on “Is That A WORT Or A Bullet Wound On Your Butt?

  1. Fortunately, the station had woundwort on hand because, just that weekend, interns were packing the station’s “listener goody bags”. Woundwort leaves and young shoots were utilized, first to pack the bullet hole and stop the bleeding, and then in a poultice, long prized by Wisconsin ice fishermen as first aid for both bullet wounds and gaff attacks.

    The wound should have been first flushed and washed with either Leinenkugel or Dunkel Weizen. However, due to disk jockeys’ well known budgetary constraints, they were happy to chip in for a quart of PBR from the Kwik Trip a mile away.

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