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Dude Is Turning Woodland Heights Into a Bathroom, Say Neighbors

There's no poop joke for this. It's not funny that there's some guy going around shitting up people's yards in Woodland Heights.

The Precinct One Constable's Office is on the case and with the help of a neighbor who was literally tired of being shitted on, has surveillance video to help it nab this crappy villain.

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"This is our neighborhood," Aimee Parsons told KPRC. "Whatever people think should go on around here -- pooping is not okay. We don't want dogs pooping in our yards; why would we want a human? It is very strange."

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Damn straight. Defecating on someone's property is the work of an insane person, or just someone with a really juvenile mentality. One poor neighbor has had to clean up man-poop six times already.

And maybe this Poop Man is thinking his crime through, because he doesn't go home with a messy bum, according to reports.

It is believed that the "serial pooper" usually strikes late at night or early in the morning under the cover of darkness. The man usually cleans himself up with a paper towel and then leaves the soiled sheet on the sidewalk for someone else to sanitize.

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