Earnings from Winning a Cockfight in Los Angeles

in Business Risk, Environmental Threats

The winning purse of a cockfighting match in Los Angeles, California can be as high as $15,000, according to sheriff officials.

In 2010, up to 400 roosters were seized during illegal gambling raids in the San Bernadino area of California. In addition to the roosters, 43 people were prosecuted for running illegal cockfighting rings.

On average, about 100 people are arrested for cockfighting rings in California each year.

(More profits and earnings from under the table activities here.)

Source:  Sandra Endo, “Illegal Animal Fights on the Rise in LA,” My Fox LA, November 19, 2013.

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