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People in Portland, Oregon, are raising a stink over a man who keeps defecating in public.
The suspect, who residents have nicknamed "the Portland Pooper," has been seen defecating all over the southwest part of the city in the last few weeks.
Locals think his crap attacks are not spontaneous.
“I find it interesting that he has toilet paper with him, it’s very pre-planned,” Catrina Salazar told KOIN. “You just don’t really know what to expect around here. People, they like do their own thing, they kind of march to the beat of their own drum.”
One business owner set up a surveillance camera to capture the serial pooper in the act. He then printed flyers so that fellow citizens would have the straight poop on him.
Part of the problem is where the public pooper chooses to leave his dookie deposits.
“It’s pretty weird because we’ve got a couple of schools and a park here,” Shawn Peralta told KOIN."There are a lot of families around here and this is not the kind of thing you want to see."
Portland police are asking anyone with information on the "Portland Pooper" to call 503-823-3333.
If apprehended, the suspect could be face charges of public indecency and “offensive littering," a legal term that Willamette Week pointed out "understates the grossness of this crime to an astonishing degree."
Portland is no stranger to strange and disgusting forms of public behavior.
In June, a homeless man was seen masturbating in the open door of a portable toilet.
A group of people got revenge by tipping over the can while he was inside.
Grandma would be proud!
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The parents of an infant who was locked in a hotel safe in Niagara Falls, Canada, won't be charged, officials said.
The child was placed inside a small safe in a room at the Howard Johnson Hotel on Tuesday by an older sibling during a game of hide-and-seek, and the safe door was somehow locked, NJ.com reports.
The parents called hotel employees who opened the safe, which is 20 inches wide, 14 inches tall, and 17 inches deep, according to Newser.
Authorities said the child spent about 30 minutes in the safe before an employee got to the room. The baby was "alert and crying" by the time it was freed.
The family quickly left the hotel with the child before police could be notified, according to NBC News.
Canadian authorities mounted a manhunt to find them and get the exact details of the incident, Sgt. Scott Kraushar of Niagara Regional Police told the Toronto Star.
“We do want to speak with them just to answer some of our questions,” he said. “We have been in contact with our U.S. counterparts and they have flagged the vehicle on their side as well.”
The family, who hails from New Jersey, contacted police in Markham, Ontario, Wednesday evening after learning authorities were looking for them, according to the New York Daily News.
An investigator from the Child Abuse Unit looked at the child and found it to be in good health, officials told the paper. The matter is considered...