To think there is no acceptable reason to poo in the shower at the gym (and lave it there)

(113 Posts)
CheshireDing Fri 04-Jan-13 23:48:25

Honestly I am BAFFLED why anyone would think this was okay.

My friend went in to the shower before work and there it was a lone turd sad and it's a communal shower (mens).

Were they not worried somebody would come whilst they were shitting in the shower? hmm

JustAHolyFool Fri 04-Jan-13 23:49:09

YABU

I poo in the shower all the time.

<pedantic>

CheshireDing Fri 04-Jan-13 23:49:22

(and "leave" it there) - typing in the dark grin

Id never leave a lone turd. Even turds need friends

GregBishopsBottomBitch Fri 04-Jan-13 23:50:29

Thats truely disgusting. shock

CheshireDing Fri 04-Jan-13 23:56:58

Friends of turds are to be found in the toilet smile

neveronamonday Fri 04-Jan-13 23:57:47

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MegGriffin Fri 04-Jan-13 23:58:12

There was a poo on the floor in the British museum when i went and it wasn't an exhibit shock

judefawley Fri 04-Jan-13 23:58:40

Lord!

I get annoyed when people leave clumps of hair in the shower, but that takes the biscuit!

Eww, I can hardly believe people actually do stuff like that (although I would weirdly believe it about my neighbours, but that's a whole other thread...!).

DontYouJingleMyChristingle Fri 04-Jan-13 23:59:52

Maybe it was the cleaner getting their own back.

there was a poo on the floor in one of the family changing cubicles at the swimming pool last week. I get that perhaps a naked child might take a dump on the cubicle floor, but fgs, you'd go get some toilet roll and pick up wouldn't you?!

AnneNonimous Sat 05-Jan-13 00:01:51

Someone did a poo in the sink when I was in school. How and why?! Anyone could have walked in!!

I'd love to know the back stories and reasons of these poo offenders.

neveronamonday Sat 05-Jan-13 00:01:54

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acsec Sat 05-Jan-13 00:02:34

My friend used to work in the womenswear section of a department store and would often find people had peed, shat and even changed tampons/pads in the fitting room cubicles and left them!! grin

acsec Sat 05-Jan-13 00:02:56

I didn't mean grin I meant shock doh!

<reads thread>

<feels ill>

<throws up>

<leaves it on cubicle floor>

neveronamonday Sat 05-Jan-13 00:05:24

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Findingmyself Sat 05-Jan-13 00:05:42

That's revolting!

At Center Parcs a few weeks ago there was a used tampon laying on the floor in the middle of the aisle between all the changing rooms and that was bad enough!

Gryffindor Sat 05-Jan-13 00:12:06

I work in a vairy naice city office block and someone regularly poos on the floor of the female changing/shower room. Property management say if it happens once more the facility will permanently close.

We have a regular toilet floor poo-er too, who may or may not be the same person who appears to STAND on the toilet seat to do her business.

JustAHolyFool Sat 05-Jan-13 00:17:00

My partner had the same thing at work. Someone kept pooing all over the toilet seats and (and I quote from an irate email from the cleaners here) "smearing it around".

You really do have to wonder about people, don't you?

cynner Sat 05-Jan-13 00:17:40

What is wrong with people? I was in the loo of a very posh,department store, reached for toilet paper and came up with a handful of poo
My scream echoed and brought a posh attendent running..

When I was in Halls in my first year as an undergrad, someone used to smear snot all over the toilet walls.

JustAHolyFool Sat 05-Jan-13 00:20:46

cynner that is truly fucking disgusting.

Gryffindor Sat 05-Jan-13 00:22:02

I think it must be common. I know a couple of people IRL who have similar stuff in their offices including a woman who likes to smear menstrual blood (urrrgh) on the cubical walls, on the seat etc.

What a treat for her colleagues and the cleaner once a month!

JustAHolyFool Sat 05-Jan-13 00:24:15

So if this is happening a lot, there must be someone out there reading this thread thinking "that's me...I do that." If you are there, tell us. Tell us why you do it. Probably name change first.

Or do they employ such cognitive dissonance that they don't realise it's them? "Oh pooing in a shower, how disgusting." <goes to shit in sink>

rhondajean Sat 05-Jan-13 00:25:36

Omg!

I thought the guy who used to pay to come into our gym on Friday mornings, walk for ten minutes on the treadmill then go a big huge smelly poo in the men's toilet was bad enough.

But it was in the toilet and he did flush - its jsut a smallish gym and it stunk the whole place out. He came in every Friday for a while...fiver a go, pretty expensive poo!

CheshireDing Sat 05-Jan-13 00:31:30

See I could totally see that a child could drop one (yes you would pick it up) but this was in a gym, before work so it must have been an adult.

I do love the thought of random turds being found alone in places though grin

Gryffindor Sat 05-Jan-13 00:31:54

It's another world. I wonder if they do it at home, or view toilets that other people clean as an opportunity for a luxury poo/wee/whatever.

PaellaUmbrella Sat 05-Jan-13 00:34:44

I used to work in a call centre and one morning, a poo had appeared overnight in a xmas nativity display.

Seriously.

AnneSpelledWithAnE Sat 05-Jan-13 00:35:52

Yuck. Where I work I have found luminous orange piss all over the seat, walls and down the loo with lots of toilet paper, menstrual blood dripping down the cubicle doors, the WORST skid marks known to woman, used sanitary towels stuck on the walls and used tampons piled up in the sink.

Some people :/ I just cannot.

SantasENormaSnob Sat 05-Jan-13 00:36:25

Paella, was it mr hanky?

cynner Sat 05-Jan-13 00:37:47

I was beside myself, Just..
The smearing of feces or other waste is often a sign of mental illness..

CheshireDing Sat 05-Jan-13 00:37:55

Why the hell would that "person" waste their time smearing blood on the wall Gryf ??!! WTF.

You see BAFFLED.

Why are these people never caught in the act?

PFB has just had exploder-poo in her pj's, her bedroom now stinks sad

PaellaUmbrella Sat 05-Jan-13 00:38:12

Also, my parents used to take in foreign exchange students and one lovely young lady preferred to throw her used tampons out into their garden rather than flush them away.

CheshireDing Sat 05-Jan-13 00:39:55

Bet Baby Jesus wasn't best pleased Paella

Feelingood Sat 05-Jan-13 00:39:55

Dat der be sum fucked up shit y'll

Ericaequites Sat 05-Jan-13 00:41:12

It's completely unacceptable to leave a poo in a shower stall. However, taking a big one in the toilet, flushing, and leaving an unpleasant smell behind is excusable. No one's turds smell like cinnamon buns.

HazeltheMcWitch Sat 05-Jan-13 00:41:45

Agree that we need dump-dumper posters to come on over and explain themselves. Or maybe a psychologist? Do you think it's some kind of territory-marking?

I used to work in a supermarket, that had customer toilets at the front. Quite often it would seem that a dirty protest had taken place. Someone one used a shit to write 'SHIT' on the wall.

Numberlock Sat 05-Jan-13 00:44:43

Christ, where do you work Anne?

Gryffindor Sat 05-Jan-13 00:45:38

Just remembered another one. My friend used to work in a sunbed shop and on more than one occasion people would piss in the bins in the cubicles. Apparently the volume of liquid was huge (presumably people were desperate??) and this happened despite the fact that the shop had a toilet for customer use!

Celticlassie Sat 05-Jan-13 00:48:11

Apparently it's quite common in schools. I heard about a school where a teacher found one in a filing cabinet. Have never experienced such a thing myself, thank God.

rhondajean Sat 05-Jan-13 00:48:43

Yes Eric's but to pay five pounds once a week to come into a gym where you don't use the gym equipment, just go and sit and strain (noises) and stink the whole place out?

Bizarre.

WeAreEternal Sat 05-Jan-13 01:03:52

I have always wondered what makes people dedicate in public places.

When I was a teen a had a Saturday job in a large Debenhams, it was disturbing how often people would use the changing rooms as public toilets, we even had a special cleaner that was spacifically employed to deal with 'body waste'.

But by far the worst I have ever known was while at uni I had a friend who had a housemate who urinated in plastic bottles and cups in her room, she also pooed into plastic boxes, bags and cardboard boxes. And just left them littered around the room.
The weird thing was that she seemed totally normal, she was friendly and dressed nicely, if you didn't know her secret you wouldn't think she was strange at all.
Her room was always a mess, she had lots of rubbish (I mean bags piled in the corner of the room) and it smelled really bad.
She also didn't seem to shower very often or do much washing.
.
There was no reason that anyone could tell for her strange behavour (there were 6 living together) and the bathroom was right down the hall from her, so no logical reason for it.
They only discovered her secret when there was a problem with the central heating and the landlord told them that they had to switch all of the radiators completely off, but the housemate had gone home for the week so they had to go into her room, and they found her weird collection.
There were two more occasions when someone had to go into her room (months apart) and both times it was just as bad if not worse. By the summer the smell was so bad you could smell from the next room when she had opened her door.
It is the strangest thing I have ever hear of.

CarpeNoctem Sat 05-Jan-13 01:36:30

WeAreEternal I knew of a situation like that, except the girl in question was a friend of mine I knew from school. We went off to different universities, and this is when the poo/pee incidents happened. She had a depressive episode that went untreated for ages and she developed psychotic delusions as part of the illness. She was scared to leave her room, believing that the other flatmates were going to hurt her. Maybe the girl in your story had a similar experience?

Most of these are gross though.

GregBishopsBottomBitch Sat 05-Jan-13 02:01:30

My schoolfriends brother, laid a log on the chair in the classroom, because teacher wouldnt let him go to the toilet.

Catchingmockingbirds Sat 05-Jan-13 03:05:28

I found a used tampon on the floor of a bus once... I mean seriously, the bus! Someone changed their tampon on a bus! shock

JustAHolyFool Sat 05-Jan-13 03:08:54

WeAreEternal the girl you're doing about must be a bit of a different thing though. Some sort of anxiety/hoarding issue.

JustAHolyFool Sat 05-Jan-13 03:10:38

doing about? talking about, I mean!

See here for an epic punk tampon tale, one which has always stuck in my mind.

ErikNorseman Sat 05-Jan-13 07:44:41

I've worked with many a teenage boy who hoards pee in their bedroom in receptacles. Never poo though. I'm not entirely sure why they do it but I suspect it's linked to sexual abuse and/or neglect during the early years.

I woked at a leisure centre in my teens. At least once a week some one would poo at the top of the water slide, cubicles, showrrs and sinks. The worst was a woman who would put her used tampon on the baby change table then smear it all over it.
People are grim

merlottits Sat 05-Jan-13 08:05:24

There have been a few long threads over the years where posters have described how many dirty bastards there are around, shitting in random and inappropriate places.
It must be a passive aggressive thing? To wipe shit over something or leave a turd in the shower is not sane, is it?

I manage a care environment (intentionally vague). I have recently had to deal with a random staff shitter. The cleaners were reporting to me that in vacant rooms i.e. no patients, the toilet bowls were either full of shit or there were skid marks all over the bowl and seat.

To cut a long story short, as I investigated the 'perpetrator' got more 'active'. I was closing in on them and they started wiping shit on the wall and floor. I ended up sending all the staff a letter telling them that CCTV was being inserted into the toilets of rooms.
It stopped that day.

I know exactly who it was as well. I could weep at their seniority and social standing.

People are weird. There must be people reading this thread giggling to themselves thinking 'I do that'.

ibizagirl Sat 05-Jan-13 08:24:57

It must be a type of thrill thing for some people but it is VILE. My mum cleans at a building which has a lot of conferences. The people there are quite well to do with their nice cars. Mercedes, bmw's, maserati's, even Bentley's, Morgan's etc. She has a lot of tales to tell from the toilets. Sometimes it is just the usual staff but most of the time it is from people who have turned up for the conferences. She finds used sanitary towels etc in the window sills?? She went to lift the toilet brush in the one cubicle and found it full of sick?? The one toilet seat lid was down - and she was dreading it - and when she opened it there was a broken glass in there?? WHY? She doesn't get paid enough to do jobs like that!! Turds on the floor too. Yuck. And i must say that mum said the worst toilets are the womens. They must be weirdos. The ones that get her the most are the ones who have pooed properly in the toilet but there is never any toilet paper used. Mum said she would love to find out which people are doing it but you can never tell can you? My only experience is when i used to work in an office and when i got to work one morning my cup was full of liquid. Looked like orange squash but no, it was pee. Don't know where it came from. I dumped it.

NC78 Sat 05-Jan-13 08:27:00

Is anyone going to say YABU I do it all the time? grin

KittyFane1 Sat 05-Jan-13 08:30:10

Who are these people???

TrazzleMISTLEtoes Sat 05-Jan-13 08:37:04

I lived in halls in France once - the communal toilets and showers were GRIM!

We had used tampons, sanitary towels, poo etc etc left in the communal showers <boak>

teacherandguideleader Sat 05-Jan-13 08:41:03

I used to work in a school where finding random turds was not unusual. Apparently (according to a child protection person) it is quite common amongst children who are abused / neglected. I don't know whether that extends into adulthood, but I guess it could if not addressed.

I really want to know why people do this
(I don't...or I don't think I do)

x post teacher

WeAreEternal Sat 05-Jan-13 10:00:21

The thing that made it so weird was that other wise she was a perfectly normal girl, she dressed well and cared about her apperance, wore makeup and had nice hair, she had lots of friends and a number of boyfriends and if you didn't see her room you would have no idea she was weird.

There was an empty room in the house, usually friends would sleep in there (like me) and apparently she would often stay in there, especially if she had boyfriends over, I always wondered if they ever questioned why they couldn't go into her room.

Booboostoo Sat 05-Jan-13 10:32:22

It all sounds fetishistic, or a sign of troubling stress in the person doing it.

Still absolutely disgusting for the people who have to clean it!

gordyslovesheep Sat 05-Jan-13 10:35:36

i found a poo in the newspaper isle of Morrisons

rhondajean Sat 05-Jan-13 10:57:13

WHO on earth goes into a supermarket, pulls their kicks down and drops one?

NorbertDentressangle Sat 05-Jan-13 11:17:21

In a previous job I regularly worked with young offenders so had a fair bit of contact with the police.

I had an interesting chat with one policeman about how common it is (or was? maybe forensics and DNA have put an end to it??) ) for burglars to shit at the scene of a crime - apparently its a mix of adrenalin causing them to urgently need a dump plus the 'marking their territory/leaving their calling card" type of response.

Using this theory then maybe these random dumpers in showers, cubicles etc get a buzz from it and the risk of being caught? feel they are marking their place or demonstrating some sort of 'power'? eg. I can do this and you have to clean up my mess, therefore I am more powerful than you.

NorbertDentressangle Sat 05-Jan-13 11:20:50

I also meant to add that in that same job we had a teenage girl who used to wrap up her poo in paper and leave it round her room for people to find or smear it on the walls.

On the surface she seemed like a normal, if a little childlike at times, teenage girl. She'd had an awful early life though and her strange behaviour was due to this.

wineandroses Sat 05-Jan-13 11:24:59

At my previous place of work, a colleague opened his desk drawer one morning to find a huge turd. It was disgusting, he was horrified and very upset. Kept asking for days "why would someone do that? What did I do to make someone do that to me". I felt so sorry for him and so angry at the disgusting pig who did it. We never found out who it was. Still can't get my head around why someone would be so gross.

A couple of years later, in the same building, overnight someone littered the office with photocopies of his penis (assume it was his...). Why? What is wrong with people? Who puts their cock on a photocopier in the middle of the night then pops a copy onto everyone's desk? Insane.

theplodder Sat 05-Jan-13 12:01:28

Someone did it in the shower at the gym I used to go to. Also, I once had a hosted a party at my house and someone shat in the downstairs shower, smeared shut on myshowerhead, taps and mir

theplodder Sat 05-Jan-13 12:02:18

Mirror.. was disgusting!

HazeltheMcWitch Sat 05-Jan-13 12:09:24

In your house, theplodder ??????

WHo was at the party, were they people you know, or were you hosting on behalf of someone else?

If I thought that someone 'in my circle' did that to me, in my house, I'd have to hunt them down and punish them, I'm afraid. Not sure how I'd find them, but I'd certainly try.

theplodder Sat 05-Jan-13 12:12:05

Yes, it was someone I knew but they never admitted. I ostracized them though and never saw them again .

HazeltheMcWitch Sat 05-Jan-13 12:12:13

A bit of light googling seemed to suggest that this (scatolia - the smearing of faeces) was strongly related to protest. So one could see how this would occur in prisons and other institutions, when people felt they wanted to process against 'the system', but had/could see no other means in which to do so.

I don't understand still why people would shit in supermarkets, showers, homes.

HazeltheMcWitch Sat 05-Jan-13 12:12:41

You knew who it was?? How did you find out? DO you have any idea why they'd do that?

FarrahFawcettsFlick Sat 05-Jan-13 12:14:18

AKiss - love the title of the posting. Does what it says on the can...

theplodder Sat 05-Jan-13 12:14:49

Someone saw them go in. I only found out at the end of the night. Apparently they were very drunk.

HazeltheMcWitch Sat 05-Jan-13 12:29:12

Yikes. If you're very drunk you throw up in the corner. You don't smear shit on a mirror!

(a phrase I have never said before!)

Katla Sat 05-Jan-13 12:30:41

Ugh, Anne where do you work!

We had a phantom poo smearer in the loos at work and the managers in that office had a spreadsheet of pc/door log ins to try to work out who was in office on the occasions it happened. They set up a secret rota of sitting at a desk overlooking the gents door and checking it after seeing someone visit.

Never caught who it was - probably was one of the managers...

Katla Sat 05-Jan-13 12:35:22

AKiss I was going to link to that too - she's so fast! No way I could go that quick!

Vile, just vile.

piprabbit Sat 05-Jan-13 12:48:02

There must be different sorts of people doing this though, mustn't there <grasps at straws> ?

Messy buggers who simply don't realise they've made a mess in the loo and who don't look behind themselves to check for puddles and smears.

Careless individuals who put their sanitary items down for a moment, thinking they will wrap and dispose of it in a moment but who then don't give it another thought and leave it where they dropped it.

People who are 'caught short' and are so mortified that they just leg it as fast as possible and hope no one knows it is them.

People who make a mess deliberately because they are nasty items who know that it will badly upset the person who finds/cleans up the mess and that makes them feel powerful and good about themselves.

People who hoard their body waste (wee, poo, hair clippings) because they find it frightening to dispose of it because it is part of them and letting go of it makes them vulnerable in some way (serious issues by the sound of it).

Some of these people need a quick kick up the bum and to be told to get a grip, some need prosecuting and others need a lot of support.

CaptChaos Sat 05-Jan-13 12:58:18

When I was at college there was a girl who was sticking her used sanitary pads on the underside of the hand rails of the stairs. There is also a woman where I work now who smears her menstrual blood all over the walls of the cubicle. Bleurgh!

I am the opposite, I actually cannot poo in strange loos. I have to know someone really well before I can grace their loo in any way let alone poo in it, so to be able to just dump and go in a supermarket is utterly weird to me!

Feelingood Sat 05-Jan-13 12:58:22

I watched the link showing women in supermarket, from up thread. Looks like she got caught short as it wasn't err very well formed

Feelingood Sat 05-Jan-13 12:59:36

Yew, if she was gonna do that she may as well have nicked some toilet roll and wiped. Dirty bitch.

GregBishopsBottomBitch Sat 05-Jan-13 13:03:29

CaptChaos Same, i like the privacy of my own toilet.

Some people are so disgusting. who like handling shit, and blood, ewwwww.

WeAreEternal Sat 05-Jan-13 13:07:52

From that video it looks like the woman was suffering from some kind of bowel issues (IBS possibly) the way she is able to just go like that looks as if she was unable to control it.

That doesn't excuse it really. I'd sooner shit my pants and have to go home than shit on a supermarket floor for some poor cleaner to pick up.

GregBishopsBottomBitch Sat 05-Jan-13 13:58:37

WeAreEternal, I have IBS attacks, once in a supermarket, i held on for an 8 mile car journey, i was driving, no way would i shit in the supermarket, if its really bad, i dont go out.

HazeltheMcWitch Sat 05-Jan-13 14:03:01

OMG, that video! I don't buy that she was caught short. Surely (if there was absolutely nohwere to go), you'd just go in your pants whilst racing to nearest loo, rather than shit in a supermarket aisle??? There's something about the way they looked back (as rounding corner), that said - yip, job(by) well done . That was a premeditated dump.

fuzzpig Sat 05-Jan-13 14:04:09

<skim reads thread>

<reaches for brain bleach>

Gryffindor Sat 05-Jan-13 14:59:44

We seem to have a few of these stories in my friendship and family circles... Apart from the few I posted upthread, DH just reminded me of an incident in his office a couple of years ago. The team went out for some lunchtime beers on the last working day before xmas. The team administrator got legless on a few glasses of wine and was put in a meeting room with a glass of water to sober up. About 15 minutes later they went to check up on her and she had shit on a chair and smeared it on the board table, door handle etc.

By the time this was discovered she had taken herself home. About three weeks later she handed her notice in unsurprisingly. HOWEVER, on the very same day her boss handed in his notice too - turns out they were both leaving to go to the same company and he would still be her boss!

Last year she was a contestant in a TV show (think take me out/tool academy type nonsense) and the guys were planning to sell the story if she made it big. Of course she was voted off first week.

DH works in a small specialised industry where everyone knows everyone. Pretty sure everyone now knows about shit-gate!

NC78 Sat 05-Jan-13 15:07:27

So that's why people call being drunk shitfaced, is it? hmm grin

WeAreEternal Sat 05-Jan-13 15:47:05

I wasn't at all implying that it is the kind of thing that people with digestive problems such as IBS do Greg,
I only mentioned it because looking at the video it does look as if she was 'caught short' and that the poo wasnt well formed, to steal Feelingoid's descriptions.
The way the woman just pulls down her trousers, does her buisness then pulls them back up and walks away in the space of mere seconds implies to me that she was suffering from a sudden case of diarrhoea rather than just fancying having a poo in a supermarket.

Schmoozer Sat 05-Jan-13 15:52:35

A guy i knew in london used to take the tube to work,
He said that he pooed on the tube train once because he needed to go ..
He said it was an empty carriage and he changed carriage at the next stop ...

Schmoozer Sat 05-Jan-13 15:54:14

My dad said he took a poo whilst walking home from the pub one night, he blames the kebab.
I saw a small child walk down a supermarket aisle pooing as they went .....
Poo,everywhere !

Schmoozer Sat 05-Jan-13 15:55:03

I wonder ....
How many of us are pooing and mumsnetting at the same time ??

5madthings Sat 05-Jan-13 15:55:44

Pukes in mouth and wishes i had never read this thread.

I woukd assume that people who did this have mental health issues or abuse/neglect issues from childhood.

rhondajean Sat 05-Jan-13 16:01:09

Actually, my mum tells a story about my dad and her coming home on the bus (years before I was born) and him getting caught short and having explosive diarrhoea in the back of the local primary school. At night thankfully.

It is not something he has ever done before or since to my knowledge - but they do seem to find it hilarious...I'm another of the, cant go except in my own loo type.

twinklesparkles Sat 05-Jan-13 16:10:36

Maybe it was a small child.. But still.. The child would have an adult with it (presumably) sad

In the local public toilets there's been a recent take over of poo graffitti ... Everytime I go in there someones rubbed shit up the walls ... Its happened at least half a dozen times in past month or so sad

I mean honestly ... Its bad enough doing a shit on the floor or something, but picking it up and rubbing words onto the wall??

Some people are just artistic I guess grin

NinthWavingAtTheSnowman Sat 05-Jan-13 16:17:16

I used to work in a record shop. There was a guy who worked in the Classical section in the basement who used to shit into carrier bags and wee into bottles, leaving it in the fire escape corridor.

Fakebook Sat 05-Jan-13 16:23:28

My face reading this thread is: confused hmm shock

I always get reminded of the shit scene in Slumdog Millionaire when I read threads like this. Bleugh.

poo scene

What did you say to the employee when she came back to work Griffindor ? Or did she never come back and then hand in her notice ?

Gryffindor Sat 05-Jan-13 16:56:47

She was my DH's colleague, not mine. She came back after xmas and claimed to have absolutely no memory of what happened, mumbled something about a stomach bug and generally kept her head down I think.

Ah sorry in my horror i must have missed that. I am shock that people really do this. In all seriousness i think they must have some sort of problem to behave like that.

BluelightsAndSirens Sat 05-Jan-13 17:13:22

We had this recently at work. A big ol turd left on the floor.

Who would do that???

Gryffindor Sat 05-Jan-13 17:22:59

I'm dying for a culprit to come on and give us an explanation. Would love to know what it's all about.

I think other posters hit it on the head with the dirty protest theory.

Pandemoniaa Sat 05-Jan-13 17:26:14

Or do they employ such cognitive dissonance that they don't realise it's them? "Oh pooing in a shower, how disgusting." <goes to shit in sink>

PMSL. On the floor.

whatatwat Sat 05-Jan-13 17:52:25

she worked worked in a fit shop and found someone had poohed in one of the display sheds one days.

JesusInTheCabbageVan Sat 05-Jan-13 17:57:54

Hope THIS isn't a reverse AIBU grin

TheCatIsEatingIt Sat 05-Jan-13 18:02:20

When my dad was a kid with a paper round, he got caught short one morning and pooed in someone's garden. He wiped with a newspaper - not sure if that makes it better or worse.

HazeltheMcWitch Sat 05-Jan-13 18:05:21

TheCatIsEatingIt - whether it is better or worse really depends on what he did with the newspaper afterwards...

TheCatIsEatingIt Sat 05-Jan-13 18:13:36

And perhaps which newspaper it was! Sadly he died a few years ago, so I can't ask him. I'm pretty sure he didn't deliver it, though!

I'm a runner and the, erm, bouncy nature of running often shakes things loose and I get caught short. Since I run in woodland in can always pop behind a bush. But I often wonder what city joggers do. confused

Judging by all the posts, poos seem to crop up in random place more than I thought...
hoping somebody name changes and steps forward as being a phantom pooer

EuroShagmore Sat 05-Jan-13 19:44:31

Annie I find 45 mins of running is my trigger. I keep my runs to 44 mins or less!

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