Of course the story of Sabrina Corgatelli went viral. How could it not? First, she called herself the "Italian Huntress." Second, the Idaho State University accountant filled her Facebook page with mugs of herself standing next to the corpses of a giraffe, impala, kudu, warthog and a wildebeest. After appearing on NBC's The Today Show, insisting she killed for food and quoting from the Old Testament ("Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you"), the hatemail started pouring in. Idaho State University officials issued a statement saying they had no concern over their employee's hunting, but "her personal choices are not representative of the University." Meanwhile, owners of a New Zealand hunting operation confirmed Corgatelli will be gunning for some of their animals in April 2016. Check Facebook to see how many kiwis she bags.