Indiana troopers stop truck dumping human poop on U.S. 50 near Brownstown

Troopers say that the human waste was spilled on the road for about 3/4 of a mile.

Indiana State Police (ISP) say that they pulled over a dump truck yesterday after noticing that it was spilling an unknown substance on the highway — only to learn that unknown substance was human poop.

According to a Tweet from rising social media  star ISP Sgt. Stephen Wheeles:

“Today, troopers responded to US 50 near Brownstown after a dump truck with an unsecured gate dumped processed human waste on a 3/4 mile stretch of the roadway. Traffic was slowed briefly and the company cleaned up the lost load. The product was deemed environmentally safe.”