Street sh*tting is not part of Euro man’s culture.
What satisfaction one would obtain from soiling the footpaths in your neighborhood is beyond me.
There’s so much crazy behavior going on in the world today that it’s impossible to process it all.
A Brisbane corporate manager who is alleged to be a serial public defecator after being photographed with his pants down on a suburban street has quit his job.
Andrew Douglas Macintosh, 64, was dubbed the “poo jogger” after a story in the Courier-Mail on Thursday morning generated enormous interest on the internet.
Macintosh was also a member of a Brisbane council advisory board.
He came to the attention of police after a sting operation by a local resident, who set out to catch a jogger suspected of relieving himself on the footpath outside an apartment block more than 30 times.
Macintosh was photographed on 11 May outside the Logan Road block in the southside suburb of Greenslopes. He has been charged with one count of public nuisance.
His former employer, the retirement village operator Aveo, confirmed in a statement that Macintosh had resigned. “Until yesterday, Aveo Group was not aware of the charges laid against Mr Macintosh,” a company spokesman said.
“Aveo Group is distressed and disappointed at the alleged incidents concerning Mr Macintosh. He has tendered his resignation to the company today and is no longer an employee of Aveo Group.
“Aveo will continue to extend its support to Mr Macintosh for help that he may require.”
Continuing with more details on how the poo jogger was identified, let’s turn to the New York Post.
Fed-up residents tracking Macintosh’s regular movements could take no more crap — so they set up a sting operation to catch him in flagrante delicto.
“One of the neighbors set up a night camera and got a few images and so we had a time he was doing it, so then I decided to go and wait with a camera and I was there a few mornings and then last Friday I got him,” neighbor Steve Smith told news.com.au.
“There’s a red light which goes on before the camera’s flash goes off and he saw that and looked at me as the photograph was taken,” he said. “Then he just said, ‘Hello.’ At that point I decided to just walk away.”
Crazy! At least an innocent dog didn’t get the blame!