Sweet sixteenth soiree soured by showers of sewage
Streamers. Presents. Laughter. Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Ice cream. ... Poop? For Jacinda Cambray, yes. Poop.
Last week, Jacinda celebrated her sixteenth birthday with 40 family members and friends in the family's backyard, at a pool party organized by her mother and stepfather, Joe. Things went from happy to crappy for the birthday girl when, according to Joe, "Out of nowhere, from the sky, comes a bunch of feces, lands on her."
Because poop does not normally fall out of the sky, one of Jacinda's relatives suspected airplane waste and used an air traffic smartphone app. At the time the Cambray family's backyard was peppered with the suspicious crapcititation, five airplanes had flown overhead. One of them violated federal regulations by dumping the sewage mid-flight as opposed to on the ground. Luckily for most of the attendants, Joe had the foresight to set up a canopy before the party, and so some of them escaped disaster.
But not everything or everyone was so lucky. Stepdad Joe described the fallout as efficiently awful: "It was brown, it was everywhere, it got on everything ... It looked like, if a hundred birds flew over and went to the bathroom simultaneously, that’s what it would look like."
The pissed-off and pooped-on Cambrays have filed a complaint with the Federal Aviation Administration to investigate the dumping.