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Prankster Gets Revenge Against Woman Who Refuses to Clean Up Dog Poop

Cleaning up after your dog is just part of having a dog, but one traveler flying through LAX recently decided that it's not her job to pick up her dog's poop -even when it pooped right in the middle of a busy airport terminal. When one man called her on it, she loudly told the person she was talking on the phone with that "some people are just so damned rude." When a woman told her to clean it up, she simply retorted "they have people for that."

Fortunately comedian Steve Hofstetter was there to get a little revenge on the inconsiderate woman when he found out she was on the same flight to Tokyo as he was. While everyone else (who saw her awful behavior) tried to avoid sitting next to her, he plopped right down beside her and said, “Are you going to London on business?”

When she replied that she was going to Tokyo, he jokingly told her that the gate was moved across the whole terminal -hoping to give her a momentary scare. But rather than look at the sign right there on the gate, she jumped up and ran across the terminal.

Steve says he didn't see her or the dog on the plane and that it was the only flight Delta had going to Tokyo that day. I don't think he felt too bad about making her miss her flight, noting, "Maybe she can re-book on another airline. I hear they have people for that."

You can read the full story over at Steve's Facebook page.

Via Cheezburger


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The pet owner just happens to be of a certain biological-sexual persuasion, which is not even pertinent to the story. If it were a man, the story would be just as satisfying.
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