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Woman Horrified To Find Burglars Had Left Poo On Her Carpet

Woman Horrified To Find Burglars Had Left Poo On Her Carpet

A woman was livid when she came home to find that she'd not only been burgled, but that the culprits had also left a huge poo on her living room carpet. Talk about a c*** day, eh?

Annalise Oram, 19, arrived back at her apartment to see it had been ransacked.

But upon closer inspection she realised that was just the half of it. One of the burglars had also, erm, relieved themselves on her carpet.

Annalise Oram was horrified to discover faeces on her carpet. Credit: Jam Press
Annalise Oram was horrified to discover faeces on her carpet. Credit: Jam Press
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Annalise, from Stockton-on-Tees, found the offending poo when she came home on 3 September, having been staying with her mum.

She said the smell was unbearable and made her physically sick - especially as the burglars had smudged the poo all over her home in Tilery.

Oh, and they even left a chocolate chip cookie in the faeces and sprinkled cocoa puffs from Annalise's kitchen all over it. RUDE.

Annalise, who lives on her own, said: "I don't have any idea who done this. I was physically sick when I seen the dump, the stench of it was unbearable, they done a scene from Drop Dead Fred and smudged it throughout the living room.

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"Also they had been in the biscuit cupboard and put a cookie in the dump and flung Coco Pops all over."

Understandably, Annalise was fuming. Credit: Jam Press
Understandably, Annalise was fuming. Credit: Jam Press

Annalise posted a video of the mess on Facebook, which has since gained over 47,000 views, with the caption: "To the scruffy c***s who just burgled my flat, watch what happens when I find out who it is you low life scruffy c***s even having a s*** on my front room floor and putting a f***ing biscuit in it, I'm f***ing bouncing just f***ing watch!!!!!!"

The burglars broke into her flat on 3 September at around 9.45pm when she had been at her mother's house. They reportedly stole her TV and her cousin's PlayStation 4.

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Annalise received a call from a concerned neighbour, who had noticed her lights had been switched on. The neighbour claimed to have seen one man dressed in black standing on her balcony, while another apparently served as a look-out at the sidelines.

Annalise then drove home immediately, and found that the burglars had broken in through her bathroom window, shattering the glass in the process.

The burglars had smashed her bathroom window. Credit: Jam Press
The burglars had smashed her bathroom window. Credit: Jam Press

But as she went in to examine further, she found her belongings had been flung across the carpet, and a large dump had been laid on her living room floor.

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Sharing her horror on social media, one person commented: "That is dirty and sick as f***!!!!! More embarrassed for the creeps."

Another wrote: "Wtf that's so random! Hope you catch whoever it is and get what's coming to them! I'd be fuming! Scruffy."

A third said: "That is disgusting how people have the audacity to burgle someone's home."

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Police are now investigating the incident.

A Cleveland police spokesperson said: "We received a report of a burglary at a property on Tilery Road, Stockton-on-Tees at around 9:45pm yesterday evening.

"A TV and PS4 has been taken. Enquiries are ongoing."

Featured Image Credit: Jam Press

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Jess Hardiman

Jess is a journalist at LADbible who graduated from Manchester University with a degree in Film Studies, English Language and Linguistics - indecisiveness at its finest, right there. She also works for FOODbible and its sister page Seitanists, which are both a safe haven for her to channel a love for homemade pasta, fennel and everything else in between. You can contact Jess at [email protected]