Barry Bonds‘ records may still be on the books, but at least there’s justice in one sport. In an ice-fishing contest in Wisconsin, the winner forfeited first place after allegations that he smuggled the winning fish from home. Jeez, that’s pretty much the lowest of the low.
Lee Shehow gave back his first-prize $28,000 Dodge pickup, after suspicions were raised about his winning 2.42-lb. northern pike. He vacated the championship after refusing to take a lie detector, but just what led authorities to smell something fishy?