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A woman in British Columbia claims she was struck by raining feces when she was driving in her convertible with the top down. She says her son got sick from the smell of the fecal matter and she was left with a swollen eye! It may sound crazy but this can indeed happen thanks to "poopsicles."
Poopsicles come from airplanes if they have a clogged sewage system and spring a leak, fecal matter can come out. Due to the altitude's temperature, the waste will freeze, but as both the plane and the altitude come down, the poop will defrost.