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We Have A New Poo Jogger, And She’s Hitting The Rich And Famous

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Poo Jogger targets Roxy Jacenko

I shouldn’t need to say this, but please don’t poo outside Roxy Jacenko’s office. That’s a general rule for all of us, but is also directly specifically at the lady pictured above, who has apparently left several turds outside of the PR mogul’s Sydney office recently.

Jacenko took to Instagram yesterday to out the poo jogger. “What an absolute disgrace you are, doing this in our residential street where we have a primary school and multiple residences,” she wrote last night.

“The whole street has been wondering what is going on,” Jacenko said.

“Today was the most recent (poo) so it was time to look at the cameras. We thought it must be a homeless person who had no other choice. You can only imagine our horror that it was a nimble young blonde on her regular jog of a morning.”

Jacenko claims this wasn’t a one-off incident, telling news.com.au that there have been several deposits left outside her Paddington office in the last four weeks. Another incident yesterday morning apparently prompted Jacenko to out the poo jogger last night, before deleting the posts. Jacenko said she doesn’t believe the jogger is specifically targeting her, although there have been previous incidents of vandalism at the office.

NSW Police have confirmed they’re investigating the incident(s).

Speaking to AAP, an unidentified neighbour made clear where the line is when it comes to public defecation.

“One is fair enough if you’re caught short – but four or five I think is too much,” the resident, who asked not to be named, told AAP. “The poos have come more consistently recently.

And frankly, I agree. If you’re aged between six and 80 years old, I reckon you’re allowed one public poo in your life. It’s entirely reasonable to be caught short once, but if it becomes a habit, you’ve gone too far.

This isn’t the first time a jogger has been exposed regularly taking dumps in public. Last year a 64-year-old man was caught out in Brisbane, and who amongst us could forget the infamous Coogee Bay Poo Incident?

Anyway, if you recognise this lady, call CrimeStoppers I guess? The number is 1800 333 000.