Two university students arrested Monday night under Connecticut General Statute 53-37 were found to be playing a game turned into the “N-word game.” Pictured: 21-year-old Jarred Karal of Plainville, left, and 21-year-old Ryan Mucaj of Granby, right.  Photos courtesy of UConn Police Report

Two university students arrested Monday night under Connecticut General Statute 53-37 were found to be playing a game turned into the “N-word game.” Pictured: 21-year-old Jarred Karal of Plainville, left, and 21-year-old Ryan Mucaj of Granby, right. Photos courtesy of UConn Police Report

UConn students arrested for racist comments were playing ‘penis game,’ ‘N-word game’

By Gabriella DeBenedictis October 23, 2019 • 6:00 a.M.


The two University of Connecticut students arrested for making racist comments were playing the “penis game,” which then transformed into the “N-word game,” according to the UConn Police Department’s arrest warrant affidavits.

Students Jarred Karal, 21 and Ryan Mucaj, 21, were walking back to their apartment in Charter Oak Apartments’ Thompson Hall from a night at Huskies Tavern, Huskies Bar and Sgt. Pepperoni’s Pizza when they started playing the “penis game,” which involves shouting the word “penis” as loud as one can, Karal said in his affidavit. The first person who doesn’t want to shout it or says it softly loses the game.



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