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Yellowstone Workers Fired For Urinating In Old Faithful 13

Posted by samzenpus
from the when-you-got-to-go-you-got-to-go dept.
A pair of seasonal concession workers at Yellowstone National Park have been fired after being caught urinating in Old Faithful. One of the men has been fined $750, placed on three years probation, and banned from the park for two years. The other is still waiting for his case to be heard. The rogue piddlers were caught when someone watching a webcam on the geyser saw them leaving the trail and walking on Old Faithful. The workers plan on using their newfound free time to find unusual and dangerous things to pee in.
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Yellowstone Workers Fired For Urinating In Old Faithful

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  • That is nothing... You haven't lived until you have crapped off the side of El Capitan.

  • It's such a predictable geyser. It would have been poetic justice if it had erupted right at that moment.

    • Re: (Score:1, Funny)

      by Anonymous Coward

      moreso if they had been doing the nasty

      • Re: (Score:1, Funny)

        by Anonymous Coward
        It wouldn't have been poetic then...
  • three years' probation

    rogue piddlers

    new-found free time

    find more unusual and dangerous things

    Ok, I'm done now.

  • by MrTwixter (688762) on Sunday May 17, 2009 @02:06AM (#27984947)
    Hey, what is the big deal? It flushes with boiling water automatically twice an hour!
  • I guess that is why it is called "yellow" stone.

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