Police Looking For Man Who Pooed In Unlocked Cars At Garages
Police in Michigan are searching for a man who defecated in unlocked vehicles in auto shops.
Staff found the evidence and immediately looked at the security footage where they saw the delinquent do the doos.
Speaking to Fox News, auto shop manager Chris Phillips said: "I just couldn't believe somebody is that inhumane. That ignorant."
Chris, clearly distressed by the serious misdemeanour, continues: "He grabbed some sanitary napkins, then defecated inside the customer's van, pants half-down.
"He wiped in the parking lot dropped the napkins on the ground picked it up and threw it in the dumpster."
The malfeasances were committed in the city of Warren, Michigan, USA.
A first offence happened back in November shortly after midnight (one would guess it was also a full moon that night).
Employees have said that on that cursed night they managed to lock all vehicles at the shop. Except for one. Destiny had it that this particular car doors wouldn't lock on that damned night.
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Luckily for the staff - and the car owner - the main evidence of the crime froze due to the cold. The key, albeit smelly, evidence was then easily shoved out of the car which was deep cleaned as a courtesy to the unfortunate car owner.
"This is our first incident," Phillips said. "We've never had any break-ins, nothing was stolen out of here.
"I've been at this company for 20 years and never ever have seen anything like this before."
A second offence happened a couple of months later. With the pooping malefactor still on the loose, January seemed like the perfect opportunity for yet another bowel relief.
Thankfully, the delinquent's intestines seem to have rebelled against him. No poo was found on that occasion.
The nefarious pooper was seen a third time at a nearby competitor's shop but did not leave behind any nasty evidence.
Chris said: "Now we've got double padlocks the gate where the customers cannot get back there, no vehicles are allowed to stay out front anymore.
"We want to make sure this doesn't happen to somebody else."
Words: Cilene Tanaka
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