As unlikely as it might sound, on Tuesday, the Sheboygan Police Department announced that it’s currently on the lookout for an individual who allegedly clogged the Deland Community Center’s toilet 29 times since 2016. The cops noted that the same toilet from the women’s bathroom was clogged using the same method.
Toilet Clogger Morbidly Attracted to Women’s Bathroom
This Tuesday, the Sheboygan Police Department posted a rather unusual message on its official Facebook page. Instead of writing about a missing person or tragedy, a police officer wrote that the Department is simply fed up with the complaints it has received over the years with someone intentionally clogging one of the toilets from the Deland Community Center’s women’s bathroom.
As the strange posting reveals, for the past two years, an unknown individual, has been entering the women’s bathroom from the above-mentioned establishment and shoved empty water bottles down the toilet.
Baffling enough, according to the authorities, the suspect seems to have a morbid attraction towards the same toilet.
Fed up with complaints coming from the community center, the authorities stated that it’s common sense not to flush things down the toilet such as water bottles or paper towels as this translates into hundreds of bucks wasted on repairs.
Since the individual began clogging the toilet in 2016, the community center had to spend thousands of dollars on repairs, not to mention keeping the bathroom closed.
According to the official estimations, in 2016 the toilet was clogged 12 times, in 2017 14 times, and three times since the beginning of 2018.
The security camera mounted near the bathroom shows a man entering and exiting the room after each incident. To this end, the Sheboygan Police Department is asking the public to be on the lookout for the toilet clogger and to call 911 if they recognize the individual.
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