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The Ainslie S***ter?

By DangerMouse 20 February 2013 53

Has anyone heard of the Ainslie S***ter?

Someone I know who lives there told me about a guerrilla defecator who has been taking random dumps on front lawns near her house.

They know its human because there is always toilet paper left as well.

Some neighbours resorted to putting up a “please stop s***ting here” sign.

Is this the Bum Laden of Canberra? Will this s***storm of terror never end?


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Onceler 4:24 pm 25 Feb 13

Anyone in Ainslie got a domestic methane production system?

Wraith 3:43 pm 25 Feb 13

Now this is the sort of s*** we should have on RA!!

GregJones 2:55 pm 25 Feb 13

This guy is not a myth here’s the proof – http://youtu.be/-41frDsZs8c

Also, a map of the previous targets – http://imm.io/XkaY

justin heywood 10:53 pm 24 Feb 13

FXST01 said :

DrKoresh said :

Matt_Watts said :

I think they can do DNA tests on this, can’t they?

Not to mention that the culprit may not be from Ainslie themselves, but Hackett or Dickson or somewhere. The best criminal super-villains still abide by the old adage “don’t s*** where you sleep”.

Maybe the Narrabundah tyre slasher’s, alter ego.

Yeah, but the guy will never achieve legend status with a name like the ‘Ainslie shi**er’

How about the Brown Bomber? Or the All Bran Bandit?

Or more cryptically, The Bumblebee (his motions are apparently regular but his movements are erratic)

bundah 5:43 pm 21 Feb 13

FXST01 said :

Can we just wipe this thread and go on with our lives?

What and be left with merely a smear,absolutely not!

FXST01 5:24 pm 21 Feb 13

Can we just wipe this thread and go on with our lives?

Pork Hunt 5:10 pm 21 Feb 13

S*** happens.

DrKoresh 5:01 pm 21 Feb 13

poetix said :

Barcham said :

Look I think we might all be forgetting that these night time poopings may not be random.

We’re assuming this fiend is just targeting Ainslie, but has anyone looked for a connection between the specific locations? Do the victims have anything in common? Is there a pattern? ….

Alimentary, my dear Watson.

Watson is more affluent than Ainslie, less effluent though.

poetix 4:06 pm 21 Feb 13

Barcham said :

Look I think we might all be forgetting that these night time poopings may not be random.

We’re assuming this fiend is just targeting Ainslie, but has anyone looked for a connection between the specific locations? Do the victims have anything in common? Is there a pattern? ….

Alimentary, my dear Watson.

Barcham 3:46 pm 21 Feb 13

Look I think we might all be forgetting that these night time poopings may not be random.

We’re assuming this fiend is just targeting Ainslie, but has anyone looked for a connection between the specific locations? Do the victims have anything in common? Is there a pattern? If we plot out all the points of attack on a map and ties red string between them will they draw out a gruesome image?

Anyone have a list of the addresses that have been hit?

FXST01 3:39 pm 21 Feb 13

DrKoresh said :

Matt_Watts said :

I think they can do DNA tests on this, can’t they?

Not to mention that the culprit may not be from Ainslie themselves, but Hackett or Dickson or somewhere. The best criminal super-villains still abide by the old adage “don’t s*** where you sleep”.

Maybe the Narrabundah tyre slasher’s, alter ego.

Spiral 3:18 pm 21 Feb 13

bundah said :

Robertson said :

bundah said :

Wouldn’t you just love to catch ’em in the act and rub their nose in it!

Not really, but it takes all sorts, I suppose.

Yeah but there would be consequences if you beat the crap out of them.

Perhaps someone has already beat the crap out of them!

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