Photos of a Guy Crapping in the Press Parking Lot & Its Aftermath

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Life in the big city.

We're not sure if it was an offended reader (maybe a Phish Phan?) or just someone who answers nature's call wherever he might be, but someone took a crap in our parking lot last week.

Shit happens, you know? But someone in the nearby ExxonMobil building had a camera working and captured the event and its aftermath.

Thankfully, the pics are long-distance. And don't ask us why someone was pointing a camera at our parking lot. We've never understood the inner workings of Big Oil.

Preparing to launch....

Breaking out the bleach...

What? And leave show business journalism?

If it was an offended reader, our apologies to the hard-working maintenance crew.

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