Warning: language in the video has been censored, but some viewers may find the footage upsetting.
Update: Read Kappa Sigma Fraternity’s response to the driver’s video. University of Kansas Chancellor Douglas Girod also issued a cease-and-desist on all activities Sunday for Kappa Sigma and one other fraternity.
LAWRENCE, Kan. (KSNT) – Video surfacing Saturday evening shows a University of Kansas fraternity throwing alcohol into a man’s car and harassing him, after he said he accidentally pulled into their driveway.
Jacob Schooler told KSNT News he made a wrong turn into Kappa Sigma Fraternity’s driveway in Lawrence. He recorded video of the aftermath, which he said shows alcohol thrown into his car, fraternity members blocking his vehicle in and the house director and other members harassing him. His wife posted the video to Facebook, where it had over 100,000 views and nearly 2,000 shares as of Saturday night.
Kappa Sigma at KU declined to comment to KSNT News, but released a statement on Twitter. The chapter’s national headquarters did not respond to requests for comment over the weekend.
Schooler said since the video has gone viral, no one from the fraternity has reached out to apologize.
“I hope that, you know, people can see it and learn from it, or that something good comes from it,” Schooler said.