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Fox News guest uses rolling Toomer’s Corner as example of fun, safe college celebration in ‘Hannity’ segment on UConn student riots

Chloe Melas was brought on Sean Hannity’s show Tuesday night to discuss the psychology of couch burning and car burning and all the other things schools like new NCAA basketball champs UConn and West Virginia can’t get enough of every time they win something.

She drew upon her own experience with victory celebrations. (Can’t see the video? Try here.)

“I didn’t see this at a school with 30,000 kids at Auburn,” said Melas, a 2008 Auburn grad currently writing about the Kardashians and other things for HollywoodLife.com. “We rolled Toomer’s Corner with toilet paper every time we won a game, we weren’t lighting couches on fire. So I really don’t understand the mentality, personally, of violence.”

Video: Jeff Poor

Related: What Auburn thought about Toomer’s toilet paper removal in 1979.

More on Toomer’s Corner: Auburn grad attorney had no qualms defending Updyke / Toomer’s Oaks souvenirs will be branded ‘Auburn Oaks’ / Woodturned item made from Toomer’s Oaks will be on permanent display in Auburn art museum / Toomer’s Corner rollings didn’t start with Punt, Bama, Punt, says History / Did Auburn students celebrate Bear Bryant’s death by rolling Toomer’s Corner?

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