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Pi Kappa Alpha Suspension: Here Are the Rest of the FIU Frat's Incriminating Facebook Posts

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Yesterday, Florida International University suspended its Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity over Facebook posts showing drug deals, hazing, and creep shots of naked women -- at least one of them allegedly underage.

But the incriminating posts go beyond that unholy trio of offenses to include insulting professors, taunting rival frats, and musing on how adderall (apparently) shrinks your penis.

Here are the rest of the photos that got the Pikes suspended.

See also: FIU's Pi Kappa Alpha Frat Suspended Over Facebook Posts About Drug Dealing, Hazing, and Creep Shots

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