Mysterious piles have been discovered, staircase mistaken as toilet
Traffic jams aren’t the only pile up in the CSUN B3 parking structure anymore. If you take the staircase — watch your step.
An unpleasant smell and yellow caution tape have recently blocked the third-floor stairs because a mystery suspect has unloaded human feces.
You read correct — this semester it has been reported six times someone has used locations on campus as a public outhouse.
Students were shocked when they had to navigate around the dump.
Jennifer Wiley, 25, journalism major, saw the crap displayed on the staircase.
Question: Tell me what it smells like?
Answer: I’ve seen the pile and it smelt like human feces.
Q: Was it human or animal crap?
A: The first time I saw it I thought, ‘there’s no way it is human.’ The most recent time I totally gagged — it seemed fresh. It was still lying there and I’ve never see them cleaning it up. The Monday before … is also when I saw it and I wanted to throw up.
Q: What was your first reaction? Did anyone around you notice?
A: I’ve always been alone and I just walk around it. One time there was a footprint step in it, which is terrible. It’s pretty gross and they blocked off the staircase. I had to use the elevator, which I don’t like doing.
Upon investigation, CSUN PD has discovered the mystery piles in the B5 parking structure and the Transit Center as well.
The most recent doo-doo was reported on Feb. 21 at 8 a.m., according to the CSUN crime log.
The log reports accounts of the phantom dumper unloading their business on:
- Jan. 20 in B3 and B5
- Jan. 22 near the Transit Center
- Jan. 25 in B3
- Feb.1 in B3
- Feb.15 in B3
The suspect had left the location prior to officers’ arrival and all reports are under investigation.
Campus police could not be reached for comment.
If you see someone taking a squat on campus call CSUN PD at (818) 677-1200, snap a photo and share with #NoPooLeftBehind.
Watch your step Matadors.