The Yellowstone National Park in the USA is known for having hot springs in it. A man has been restricted from USA's Yellowstone National Park for attempting to cook chicken in a hot spring. Park officers were made aware of the occurrence on August 7 when they got reports about a gathering climbing toward Shoshone Geyser Basin with cooking pots, reports East Idaho News. An officer moved toward the gathering and found two entire chickens in a burlap sack sitting in a hot spring with a cooking pot close by.
A man from Idaho, who was important for the gathering of 10, was referred to for foot travel in a warm zone. He was additionally requested to show up in a Mammoth Hot Springs court. As indicated by News, subsequent to conceding to charges on September 10, he was condemned to two years' unaided probation and two $600 fines. During this time, he isn't permitted to visit the public park.
As indicated by the US National Park Service, consumes from warm highlights are a typical reason for genuine injury and passing in the recreation center. Security guidelines deny guests from wandering from promenades or kept up trails close to Yellowstone's warm regions.
"For your security and for the assurance of warm highlights in Yellowstone, it is unlawful to swim or wash in any water that is completely of warm source. Hot Springs contain green growth, microbes, and organisms discovered no place else on the planet: splashing or swimming in springs can wreck these living things," the recreation center states. "Tossing objects like shakes or sticks into warm highlights is restricted since doing so can obstruct vents and adjust the stream and temperature of the water. Food and smoking are not permitted in warm territories."
However, this is not a rare incident. Many people have been caught doing a similar activity. A Seattle based television show host and producer did an episode in which he dug a hole and tried to show the viewers how the natural heat will cook the chicken. The show was fined $150 and was placed under a two-year probation period for causing a disturbance in the national park.