Big Bone Lick State Park in Union, Kentucky, has a minor problem thanks to frisky visitors who take the parks name a little too literally.
Park naturalist Todd Young says that even though the name refers to the large animal bones found on the salt lick on the property, road trippers often stop at the park to partake in inappropriate behavior.
Not only does Big Bone Lick get a variety of flashers and suggestive pictures taken in front of its sign, its seen a couple visitors get their own bone licked on the premises.
Young says, It does go on here. If we ever see people doing anything they shouldnt do, we remind them that its a state park and kids are around.
Despite the uncouth behavior, Young doesnt wish the park had another moniker because its a very fitting name.
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