What a crappy morning.
A teenage girl in Thorndike, Maine was driving to school Monday when her Jeep was hit by a portable toilet, the Bangor Daily News reported.
The toilet, which was clean, had flown off a portable toilet delivery truck that was pulling out of the school’s parking lot, Chief Deputy Jeff Trafton told the paper. The driver, Ronnie Furrow, received a summons for having an “unsecured load.”
No one was hurt in the incident.
Usually toilets are the victims of humans, not the other way around.
In April, a $3,000 toilet was stolen from a ladies’ room in a public park.
And in January, a suspect dubbed the “Bathroom Bandit” is believed to have stolen around $30,000 worth of automatic flush valves from urinals and toilets at fast food restaurants throughout Milwaukee.