Residents of Kelowna, British Columbia, claiming that their cars were covered in poo in the last month.
A government agency in Canada has launched an investigation into the reason why liquid stools reportedly rained down from heaven on the inhabitants of British Columbia.
The local population in the city of Kelowna, claim that, on at least two occasions, the overhead planes were behind incidents involving their cars — and in a few cases, their hair and clothes were covered with what they believed to be human excrement.
On 9 May, Susan Allan, and her son Travis Sweet drive through Kelowna, with their sunroof open when an overhead plane “flooded [the] car with poop,” Allan said in a statement shared with Fox News.
Susan Allan and her son, Travis Love, they say “flooded” with the stool while sitting at a red light with the sunroof open.
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“It was disgusting,” Allan said. “I have it in my eyes, in my hair, on my face — my son had it on his face to the front of his shirt,” she added.
Allan told GlobalNews.ca that her stomach turned as soon as they realized what had happened, and her son claimed that he “almost broke, immediately,” as soon as he became aware of the smell.
They claimed that some of the stool hit her in the eye, which required treatment after swelling the size of a golf ball.” A note shared by Allan, allegedly from her doctor, says she contracted conjunctivitis in both eyes.
Allan claims one of her eyes swelled to the size of a “golf ball” after the incident.
Allan, with a note from a doctor, who claims that she was treated for conjunctivitis in both eyes.
Days later, on May 12, a man by the name of Bart Yates — who lives in the vicinity of the same intersection where Allan and Sweet were “swamped” — claims that he went to retrieve his car from the parking lot, only to find it — along with others in the near — splattered he believed with his stool.
Transport Canada, the Canadian government agency that regulates travel in the country, has confirmed that an investigation is taking place.
“Transport Canada is the collection and assessment of information about the reported incidents of May 9 and May 12, and as such is not in a position to provide more details,” said Daniel Savoie, a spokesman for Transport Canada, in a statement obtained by CTV News.
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Savoie further confirmed to GlobalNews.ca that “every air operator is responsible for ensuring that aircraft operate safely and in accordance with the Canadian Aviation Regulations,” which stipulate that no persons shall drop any object from an aircraft in flight.”
Allan, however, says that she hopes Transport Canada figures this out soon,” because she loves the carrier or the perpetrator is responsible.
“What if it had let go in a big chunk? What if it went through my son’s head and killed him? What if it came by my head and killed me?” said Allan, on a CBC radio program. “This would be a very different circumstances than just poop in my eyes, you know?”
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Representatives for the nearby International Airport Kelowna focused questions to Transport Canada. Allan himself, but claims that she has received an e-mail from a spokesman of the airport that did point to a possible flight.
A spokesman for the airport tells Fox News that at this time, “there is no connection with an aircraft, as Transport Canada’s investigation is still ongoing.”