Caught on cam: Runner defecates multiple times near home
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – If a dog were to poop in your yard, you’d probably make its owner clean it up, but what do you do when a grown woman is the one relieving herself? One New Mexico man did.
A New Mexico man wants to identify a woman he caught on camera, multiple times, defecating next to his home during her morning jog. The homeowner is getting fed up with her unwanted packages.
On Easter Sunday a young woman is on her morning run. She makes a turn, jogging towards an alley. Then, a security camera catches her dropping her pants; letting go; pulling her shorts back up, without any wipe, or anything else.
The man who lives at the home did not want his face on-camera and wants us to call him Bobby. This is malicious fecal distribution. She’s come back multiple times.
At least four times, Bobby says. He has no idea who she is or why his home has become her personal toilet.
Bobby says she always strikes on weekend mornings. In fact, his security cameras caught her again this past Saturday.
I saw this little blonde girl running down the street, I said oh my God! That’s got to be her. Unsure, Bobby left his home and did some errands.
When he came back the evidence was there. This is calculated.
“Look, look, look I’m dropping my pants as I’m running,” Bobby describes the video.
He’s hoping this story makes, whoever the culprit is, stop once and for all.
“If it happens again, I’m going to run out there with a hose and hose her down and say, ‘Bad human!’” Bobby says.
Bobby says he has not called police to make a complaint because he’s not sure if police will take him seriously.
Albuquerque police say the woman, if caught, could be charged with a misdemeanor for public nuisance or disorderly conduct.
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