Laundry day is extra crappy for students at an Illinois college — where a fecal fiend has turned the school’s washing machines into his own personal toilet. At least eight college kids have found their clothing covered in poop in a laundry room at the Abbott Hall dorm at Southern Illinois University, according to the...
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