Mystery Jogger Caught On Camera Pooing On Residential Street
Roxy Jacenko shared the videos on Instagram - which appear to show a female runner doing a poo outside the Sweaty Betty PR Sydney office. The posts now appear to have been deleted.
The PR pro posted the clips where the blonde-haired lady jogs along, clocks her favourite spot, whips her pants down and does her business.
In other videos, she can be seen on her early morning run on Thursday, and then also just after 6am on Monday morning.
This type of early morning exercise would suggest to the unknowing onlooker that she has her life together, but, as this lady knows, when you've gotta go, you've gotta go - but not actually right that second and generally not always in the exact same spot.
Ms Jacenko was, understandably, not best pleased that someone had decided to use the front of her office as a toilet. To make matters worse, it turned out the lady had been apparently been doing it for the past three weeks.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia she said: "It's disgusting, it's a lovely street lined with heritage terraces, kids playing and riding their bikes. Human faeces shouldn't be on any street.
"Something needs to be done."
Determined to find the culprit, she has asked for public assistance in finding the lady - if we can call her that at this stage.
Posting one of the videos on Instagram, she wrote: "What an absolute disgrace you are, doing this in our residential street where we have a primary school and multiple residences.
"This isn't the first visit by the said female jogger. Do you know who this person is?"
In another video, where the lady can be seen crouching behind a car, she says: "And again - today same lady again. What has the world come to?"
The third video didn't show her committing the crime, but she wrote: "The perpetrator. If you have any information on who this person is please contact us."
She said some have commented that they think they may know her and when asked what she was going to do, she answered: "The neighbours and I will all discuss it and make a decision. The fact is no one should have to walk through or past human faeces to enter their home or place of work.
"We will be hosing away today's mess tomorrow... I think I would hose her given the chance!"
Featured Image Credit: Instragram/Roxy Jacenko