Trespasser breaks into house, poops in dishwasher and leaves
By Ian Biong
INQUIRER.net
September 15, 2020 at 5:10 pm

In what is undoubtedly one of the most peculiar trespassing incidents ever recorded, an unknown individual broke into someone’s house—not to steal anything or harm anyone—but to leave a very unwanted (and disgusting) giveaway.

The said trespasser pooped inside some homeowner’s dishwasher in the city of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, as per Canadian Broadcasting Corporation News yesterday, Sept.14.

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The unknown individual did not do anything else than plant the dreadful “bomb” on the cleaning appliance, according to the police. They said the culprit entered the home through an unlocked sliding glass door.

Authorities said that the horrific incident occurred sometime between 1 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. last Sunday, Sept. 13, while the house’s residents were asleep.

As odd as the incident may sound, a similar home invasion case occurred just last March when a 43-year-old woman in Perth, Australia, broke into someone’s house and pooped twice on the floor—once in the kitchen and another in the garage.

The said woman was arrested, but the most recent poop-leaving trespasser is yet to be found. Police as of now are still on the hunt for the suspect, according to the report.

In the local setting, meanwhile, the break-in at former senator Jinggoy Estrada‘s Quezon City home is something that likewise baffled the public back in 2015.

After Eric Dalagan rummaged through Estrada’s house, stealing cash and eating his family’s food, the burglar actually defecated on the home’s balcony, making it one of the most peculiar home-invasion cases in the country. /ra

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