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Did a Baby Really Do a Keg-Stand at an ASU Football Game?

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It seems that not everyone has the same opinion on what's going on in the picture to our right.

Some say it's an attempted joke for a photo opportunity, while others seem to think that it's a baby chugging beer. Arizona State University's police department is going to find out which it is.

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-ASU Police Not Sure Whether a Baby Actually Did a Keg-Stand

A university spokeswoman sent us the following statement:

"ASU Police are looking into the posted photo. It's not clear if this is a joke or an actual event that occurred. Police are contacting the web site that displayed the photo to see if they can determine who posted it."

So, is this baby actually getting slammed at a tailgate party?

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