According to a post on the Uxbridge Police Department’s Facebook page, police have gotten several complaints from the P&W Railroad about people tagging-up on the overpasses with spray paint, and “tagging up” on the trains by pooping off the overpasses. A representative for the railway says, “It’s disgusting. It’s not just gross,” and it’s happened before.
In an email sent out earlier this year to the employees of Denver’s Region 8 of the EPA, management reportedly acknowledged “several instances” in which employees exhibited bad potty behavior including, but not limited to, pooping in the hallway outside the bathroom.
Seattle is known as a clean city. Everything in its place: newspapers and empties in the recycling bin; cigarette butts stubbed out and placed in the trash. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that one Seattle man, who took a dump behind the police station, was trying to properly dispose of his poop when he caught officers’ attention.
A collection of crimes guaranteed to spoil your appetite.
A 70-year-old man in Cochranton, Pennsylvania, came to the attention of police on January 10, 2014, when alarmed passing motorists saw him lying out in a field, presumably with his pants down around his ankles.
Ivy League students may be a a lot of things, but it is refreshing to know that they are not above the humble, yet revolting, poop crime. Officials at Yale University are on the lookout for a person or persons responsible for placing human excrement in the clothes dryers at Saybrook College.
You never really know how a person will react when served with divorce papers. In the case of this ex-cop, he went berserk and had to be subdued with pepper spray.
Last week the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a conviction against Ronald Strong of Maine, sentenced to seven days in jail for willfully smearing poop all over the courthouse bathroom in Portland and leaving a really gross mess, which is described extremely graphically in terms of food in court documents.
A man in London, England, was recently attacked by a fox while on the toilet in his own home. Anthony Schofield, 49, told reporters that on July 1, 2013, he was doing his business, when all of a sudden a fox burst into the bathroom; it mauled him, the cat and his partner.
To send a strong message to all of the pooper-scooper scofflaws in Brunete, Spain, and there seem to have been a lot, the town’s government kicked off a sting operation in February 2013 that not only solved the problem, but got rid of the offending poop.