Chump of the Week: Terrance Nagare, Poo Flinger

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No Ohioan can go back to Millcreak, PA again.
  • No Ohioan can go back to Millcreak, PA again.

Sympathy goes out to the men in blue from this tale. Nobody deserves this. Nope, we don't wish this on anyone, in the line of duty or on the streets.

Terrance Nagare isn't giving the state Ohio a good rep over the border. The 30-year-old Sandusky man was in jail in Millcreek Township, Pennsylvania on a falsification charge. He didn't like being locked up, and found a singular way to get the point across, pretty much forfeiting his civilized human credentials in the process.

According to 19ActionNews, Nagare crapped on the floor, then threw the feces through the bars at the cops. When he wouldn't quit flinging the goo, the officers tazed him. As he was being restrained, Nagare got in a few extra wipes. The mess was so severe the police station had to call in a professional cleaning service to tidy up.

Nagare's subhuman behavior got him an additional round of charges including “criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, aggravated assault, assault by prisoner and aggravated harassment by prisoner,” says the news station.

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