NAPERVILLE, Ill. (AP) -- A suburban Chicago woman is charged with disorderly conduct after allegedly going on a poop-tossing binge after she stepped into droppings left outside her apartment by a neighbor's dog.
According to Naperville police, Susan M. Miller stepped into the poop on Wednesday. Instead of accepting the mishap as a part of suburban living, the Naperville Sun reports Miller decided to escalate the inconsideration by throwing poop at the neighbor's door.
Police say the 43-year-old Miller also uprooted a sign telling residents to pick up dog waste, which she placed on the neighbor's patio.
Miller was arrested by Naperville police called to the scene by the neighbor and charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
An unapologetic Miller said Friday if she can pick up after her 80-pound dog, her neighbor can pick up after a 20-pound dog.
Information from: The Naperville Sun, http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com
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