A cyclist is filmed pooping in the driveway of a swanky house after making a pit stop on her morning bike ride.
The woman was caught unsanitary on Thursday by security cameras set up outside the home in Brighton, south-east Melbourne.
The cyclist, wearing a bicycle helmet, is casually seen through the open gates of the driveway.
A cyclist is filmed pooping in a driveway of a swanky house after making a pit stop on her morning bike ride
The cyclist, wearing a bicycle helmet, is casually seen through the open gates of the driveway
Then she turns her back to the side bushes, pulls down her pants and relieves herself.
She briefly inspects the poo, pulls her pants back up and lets her escape.
A disgusted homeowner uploaded images and photos of the woman to Reddit and Facebook.
“Please let me know who did a (poo) in my driveway,” he wrote.
Social media users have been quick to express their horror and disbelief.
“When she didn’t give, but literally did,” one wrote.
Another person added, “Bike stuff only.”
Some social media users were even impressed by how quickly the woman relieved herself.
“That’s disgusting and also impressive,” one wrote. ‘Some F1 pit crew tier speed.’
“I have to give it to her,” wrote another. “The efficiency with which she pulled it off is impressive.”
She briefly inspects the poo, puts her pants back on and makes her escape (photo, the scene of the unsanitary crime)
In 2018, a man who repeatedly went to the bathroom near a Brisbane apartment building was identified as CEO Andrew Douglas Macintosh
It is the latest in a string of public defecation incidents in Australia, including a businessman who was caught defecating repeatedly while jogging in the morning.
Psychologist Dr. Grant Brecht said possible motivations for poop-jogging behavior include revenge, its “sensation,” mental illness, and, of course, stomach problems.
“One reason is that they might need to go to the bathroom — they’re having diarrhea or something. Let’s not rule that out,” said Dr. Brecht.
‘If we’re talking about repeat offenders, who do it quite regularly… it can also be a ‘back’ (to someone).
“Something has happened and ‘fix this’. It’s kind of like, “I’m going to shit on you.”‘
dr. Brecht said a more “alarming” statement is the result of an obsessive-compulsive or anxiety disorder.
Sydney PR expert Roxy Jacenko published a video in 2019 of an alleged ‘poo jogger’ leaving a mess near her business in Paddington, central Sydney.
“(That is) where a person believes that if they don’t do this, if they don’t keep doing it, something bad will happen to them or a relative.
“Or they bring bad luck to themselves or others and then get obsessive thoughts and obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors that make them do this in the same place every day.
“It’s kind of like a sport when people don’t want to step on cracks, a superstitious thing.”
A third explanation is that the “poo joggers” enjoy the sheer thrill, or relief, of the brutal act.
“They take a risk and get a buzz,” said Dr. Brecht.
“It can have that element, just like any kind of addictive behavior that comes with an emotional and physiological high.
“They get an adrenaline rush — it’s like having a gambling addiction or a sex addiction.”
The so-called ‘Pyrmont Pooper’ was twice caught pooping near a bottle shop in Sydney last year