Winter’s Newest Menace: Frozen Poop

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Throughout the winter, drivers must contend with icy roads, blowing snow, low visibility, and subzero temperatures that can keep their cars from starting. Now we have a new menace to tack onto the list: frozen poop.

Yesterday, a tanker truck carrying raw sewage waste accidentally spilled 300 to 400 gallons of poop onto Indiana Highway 9. Owing to the freezing temperatures, the excrement froze to the road, causing the nearby exit ramp to be shut down for several hours while cleanup crews scraped the “toxic poopsicle” from the roadway.

Worst job ever.