Skip to comments.Lack Of Toilet Paper Leads Man To Destroy Charlotte Motel
Posted on 11/11/2011 2:11:09 PM PST by Morgana
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (CBS Charlotte) One man made sure a Charlotte motel was going to pay for him running out of toilet paper.
Upset about the lack of toilet paper that was available in his room, a man destroyed $2,090 worth of hotel property on Monday, according to a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police report. The identity of the man remains unknown.
The incident, which happened at the Charlottetown Manor, happened around 10 a.m. Monday. According to the report, the man grew irate after learning he didnt have toilet paper and proceeded to walk upstairs to a vacant room that was being renovated. Upon entering the room, he proceeded to clog the toilet, causing water damage to the room, totaling about $2,000 in carpet and ceiling charges.
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Wow, that guy is wound way too tight.
“The identity of the man remains unknown.”
“Upon entering the room, he proceeded to clog the toilet, causing water damage to the room, totaling about $2,000 in carpet and ceiling charges.”
Was Michael Moore in Charlotte?
if his identity is unknown how do we know WHY he did it??
I wonder if he’ll next time go for Sheryl Crow’s advice on one sheet of TP per visit?
Poor impulse control to the max.
I wonder if we’ll ever see a photo of the guy...
Sheryl Crow must have a very small orifice, or very dull fingers. LMAO
Another toilet-clogging Democrat. I’m telling you, it’s because they’re so full of sh_t.
not exactly a Marriott...
From the Charlotte Observer
For decades, Charlottetown Manor has provided a no-frills home to thousands of people wrestling with mental and physical ailments, drug addictions and the trauma brought on by war.
Now, besieged by financial problems and a brewing legal battle, it’s fighting to survive.
The aging east Charlotte hotel relies heavily on public money to house about 200 people. Many of them, owners say, might otherwise be homeless or in jail.
$2,090 doesn’t sound like he destroyed the hotel. Even a cheap motel costs more than that.
Based on post 7, maybe the perp doesn't know who he is.
This could’ve all been avoided had they just had a bidet...
Smaller than the Oval Orifice? LMAO!
This story seems to leave out some details. I guess I really don’t want to know them anyways. However, my question is, why didn’t the hotel room have toilet paper in the room. It doesn’t sound like the man did any of the damage intentionally, he just needed to go. So he desperately found a room to go in. Unfortunately, he clogged the toilet, and it didn’t a toilet plunger nearby, causing the toilet to overflow. The man in question being irritated between not being able to do his business in the room he rented, and then not being able to unclog the toilet, could not think fast enough to turn off the water as the toilet overflowed.
lol. If he and they don’t know who he is, how did he check into a motel?
I forgot to add my sarcastic line.
Is that a real product or a photoshop???
It’s a real product lol. You can buy some at shitbegone.com :)
This guy should’ve so he coulda taken a wipe out of crime Ba-dum-tsh!
Stranded, stranded on the toilet bowl....
What do you when you’re stranded...without a roll...
To prove you’re man, you must wipe with your hand
Stranded, stranded on the toilet bowl.....
(Some of our older folks here might recognize where this spoof came from.)
LOL! That must be the official toilet paper of the movie “Idiocracy”?
An "older folk" chimes in.
“Poor impulse control to the max.”
True, but having worked in an office where people are lazy about refilling the roll, and having been caught in a similar situation, I can testify that it is quite infuriating. I don’t endorse his behavior, but I can certainly empathize with why he got so livid.
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