“He shat so hard it was like a damn fire hose.”
SMUCKER, TN — Local hunter, Ridley Bowman came face to face with a grizzly bear in the western region of the Smoky Mountain wilderness. Some would consider him luckier than most. He escaped the encounter without a scratch. “The bear… charged me… it swiped at me… UGH … then saw a honey truck and ran past me…” Bowman said between grunts of pain. At the time of the interview, Bowman was barely able to speak. At the time of this article, Bowman has expired. The prognosis? “He crapped his pants to death,” said renown doctor and digestive specialist Dr. Rudinbach V. Clarihew.
“The crapping started at the sight of the bear encounter,” Clerihew recalled. “The victim climbed into his Range Rover and managed the 25-minute drive back to town. Once he arrived at the hospital, the poo had filled his car. When he opened his car door the excrement poured out into the hospital parking lot. When they brought him in on the stretcher he was pooing with such force he would have shot up off the gurney had he not been strapped down.”
“When they brought him in on the stretcher he was pooing with such force he would have shot up off the gurney had he not been strapped down.”
According to reports, Bowman crapped so fiercely that, had he survived he would never have walked again. Dr. Clarihew estimated Bowman released 37 tons of fecal matter before he finally passed on.
“Bears possess a threat far beyond teeth and claws,” said wildlife specialist Clara Harrett. “Simply by freaking you the hell out, you can easily die of crapping the crap out of your pants.”
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