Aircraft Delivers Crappy Present To Birthday Party
A Philadelphia girl was enjoying her Sweet 16 backyard birthday party with family and friends when an uninvited guest literally dropped in. “It was brown. It was everywhere. It got on everything," attendee Kristy Rogy told Fox 6 News.
The girl's father Joe Cambray says he believes a plane flying overhead dropped a feces bomb that landed on the party. “It looked like, if a hundred birds flew over and went to the bathroom simultaneously, that's what it would look like."
The 40 guests watched helplessly while everything was covered in poo – the canopy, the chairs, the baby seat. “We just got done with cake, thank God," Rogy said.
Rogy used a phone app to discover that there were 5 planes flying over the party at the time. There hasn't been any acknowledgement or confirmation from the FAA, other than to tell the news station that planes are required to empty their waste tanks at airports, not over suburban neighbourhoods.
An FAA fact sheet from 2005 shrugs the idea off human waste falling from the sky as a myth, suggesting that any droppings are from birds and insisting that any frozen waste would melt before it hit the ground. But some well-publicized stories suggest otherwise.
USA Today reported that in 2008, the roof of a Canadian home was wrecked when “chunks of ice consisting of toilet water, antifreeze, disinfectant and human waste" crashed through and landed in a smelly heap on the homeowner's bed.
In 2013, the top of a British woman's RV was smashed by frozen waste that fell from the sky. And last September, an Auckland woman claimed that an NZ flight had relieved itself all over the roof of her home. “The amount of crap everywhere is horrendous," she said.