Saturday, January 10, 2009
The 31-year-old woman said she refused to answer the door of her Florida home as she didn't recognise the car parked outside.
But the suspected Mary Kay cosmetics saleswoman, apparently angered by the snub, decided to leave an unconventional calling card.
The woman's neighbour told her a "human bowel movement" with a "repugnant" odor was on her porch. There was toilet paper nearby.
The "gift" was smelled so bad it had to be cleaned up immediately.
Police were still hunting the suspect.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A blond girl heads from a playground into a women's restroom. A scruffy man, lurking outside, darts in behind her. "Your City Commission Made This Legal," the words on the TV screen read.
The dark ad came from opponents of a gender identity provision added last year to the city's anti-discrimination ordinance, which now allows the city's roughly 100 transgender residents to use whichever restroom they're most comfortable using.
It is obviously not the same door. The bricks are nothing similar.
Not that this is probably an issue. The photographs are not convincing.
I normally have and eye for detail but since I was on Fox News I thought it was legit.
However, maybe there were two entrances on different sides?
um, those are the same bricks, just from different angles, the girl is filmed from a low angle where as the camera has move right and up for the photo of the guy. Might be important to pay attention to details before running your mouth.
Looks can be deceiving since one is a color and the other is black and white.