Dog Poop Finds New Home
October 6 | 1 Comment
That’s why I like taking good, healthy-sized dumps in the back yard.
Of course that usually means a big mess out back, but that’s not my problem.
I always tell my parents if they don’t want me eating it, to bag it before it ripens into a tasty treat. Or, if they don’t want to step in it, to bag it up and send it to its forever home.
I never thought about where my extract goes after I’ve finished processing it, but this story suggests there is a place called poo-heaven.
Boston officer Lt. Rick Santangelo said yesterday that the woman, whose name has not been released, admitted tossing doggie dung at the driver because she believed he was speeding.
He said the woman initially contacted police last week and reported that she was walking her dog when she saw the motorist nearly hit a man on a bicycle.
Santangelo said the motorist contacted police the next day to report being struck in the face with dog feces.
The woman was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, vandalism to property and disorderly conduct.