Upstate Road Covered With Smelly Mystery Meat

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The Glen Falls Post-Star reports that parts of a Queensbury, New York road were shut down for hours this week after "dozens of chunks" of meat appeared on it, for some reason. The already weird and gross situation was downright hellish for people who drove through the aforementioned meat, because their cars took on its rotting smell. "My guys had to step out for a while, it was so bad," said the owner of a car wash that dealt with at least 35 such vehicles. (Meanwhile, turkey vultures hovered above the state Department of Transportation workers tasked with the cleanup.) According to the AP, "Police believe meat fell off a truck that might have been heading from a farm or slaughterhouse to a rendering plant, but no one has come forward to claim it." We can't imagine why.