Have you heard of the Mad Pooper yet? If not, get ready for a dump of information.
A woman in Colorado has been caught pooping on one family's property as she goes for a jog. This isn't a one-off incident, either. The family says this has happened at least seven times.
Cathy Budde, whose yard is the one being pooped on, says this feels intentional.
"I thought for sure she's mortified, it's an accident, she'll go get a dog bag, clean it up and never run here again," Budde told local news. "Not the case. Two other times we've caught her - caught her yesterday - she changed up her time a little bit because she knew I was watching."
Budde says she's even confronted the woman doing the defecating, but that didn't deter her.
"So I come outside, and I'm like, 'Are you serious?' Are you really taking a poop right here in front of my kids?' She's like, 'Yeah, sorry!' I put a sign on the wall that's like, 'please, I'm begging you, please stop.'"
Budde has since added a sign to her yard, hoping it would really get the point across.
Budde says there's public washrooms across the street from their house, so she doesn't understand why her yard is being targeted.
"I haven't come across anything like this in 35 years with the police department," Lt. Howard Black said, calling this behavior bizarre. "It's been unflipping-believable."
In an attempt to get the Mad Pooper to turn herself in, Charmin toilet paper has given the criminal a crazy offer.
If the Mad Pooper is caught, she could face charges of public urination and defecation. However, police haven't been able to get any solid leads on her identification so far. That's when Charmin stepped in.
They are offering the Mad Pooper a year's supply of toilet paper!
The popular toilet paper brand took advantage of a clearly relevant topic and ran with it!
Actually we're hoping to reward her for doing the right thing and turning herself in. We want to be a small part of wiping away this mess— Charmin (@Charmin) September 22, 2017
Hopefully the Mad Pooper will be flushed out with all this media coverage, and won't permanently smear the name of an otherwise great town.