Outrage as New Jersey high school students are caught playing Jews vs Nazis ‘Alcoholocaust’ beer pong
- Photograph of Princeton High School students playing the offensive game surfaced online
- Unlike in normal beer pong, cups are arranged in Star of David and swastika formations
- A student rang the alarm bell after seeing the photo on Snapchat
- ‘I am unsure as to what’s worse: the static silence from my peers, or the fact that this happened in the first place,’ she wrote
- A school official said he was ‘deeply upset’ at the news
A shocking photo has emerged of New Jersey high school students playing a beer pong-based drinking game dubbed ‘Alcoholocaust’ that pitted ‘Jews’ against ‘Nazis.’
The image of the students at Princeton High School reached school district officials who were ‘deeply upset’ and brought the issue up with students and parents, NJ reported.
According to the rules of their game, cups that would normally be formed into triangles at each end of a table are instead arranged in a Star of David and swastika formations.
The rules also state the ‘Jewish’ team is allowed to hide one cup, known as the ‘Anne Frank cup.’
Speaking of the recent case in New Jersey, Princeton schools superintendent Steve Cochrane said the game has ‘clearly anti-Semitic overtones.’
‘As an individual and as the superintendent of the Princeton Public Schools, I am deeply upset that some of our students chose to engage in a drinking game with clearly anti-Semitic overtones and to broadcast their behavior over social media,’ Cochrane said in a statement, according to NJ.
A student saw the photo of the game being played on Snapchat and rang the alarm bell on her blog.
She wrote that she was upset her fellow students allowed the game to go on.
‘I know I’m not the only one who saw
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