Man walks into British bank and poops several times before calmly walking out

“Staff didn’t know what on earth had just happened," witness says. "The stench was unreal.”
By Evan Bleier   |   July 1, 2014 at 10:20 AM   |   Comments

ANDOVER, England, July 1 (UPI) -- A Barclays Bank branch in England was closed temporarily after a man strolled in wearing shorts and flip-flops around lunchtime on Friday and deposited multiple poops on the floor.

The "well-to-do" customer apparently wasn't interested in banking when he walked into the branch in Andovers around lunchtime on Friday.

Customer Gareth McCarthy saw the determined dumper.

"He didn't say anything at all, but you can tell from his face he looked angry," McCarthy said, according to the Daily Star. "I wasn't really paying attention until I noticed a foul, but unmistakable smell. I looked at the guy and he was just calmly walking around the bank -- going to all the areas he could."

The man also purposefully pooped on the bank stairs.

"It's quite clear what he was doing -- he just had this calm but angry look on his face, as he walked around leaving special deposits on the floor," McCarthy said. "And then as calmly as he walked in. he left. Staff didn't know what on earth had just happened. The stench was unreal."

The branch closed down while bank employees cleaned up the mess.

"I have no idea who that guy is, and why he covered the bank in excrement, but he didn't look ill – he just looked a bit smug as he walked out," McCarthy said.

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