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(WTKR)   There are a lot of crappy places to die, but passing in the family restroom of a Walmart and not being found until the next morning must be on the list   (wtkr.com) divider line 28
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2013-10-30 09:13:33 AM
Similar things have happened...

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2013-10-30 09:14:37 AM
Did he roll back behind the stall?
 
2013-10-30 09:16:46 AM
The smell of a decomposing corpse would be refreshing, in a Walmart restroom.
 
2013-10-30 09:22:58 AM
Done in one.
 
2013-10-30 09:23:52 AM
Worst washroom I've ever seen: public toilet at the Yonge/Bloor intersection of the Toronto subway.
 
2013-10-30 09:30:33 AM
So you can just lock yourself in the bathroom until employees leave for the night and then just help yourself to whatever you like? As long as you don't croak in the meantime that is.
 
2013-10-30 09:31:52 AM

JustLookin: So you can just lock yourself in the bathroom until employees leave for the night and then just help yourself to whatever you like? As long as you don't croak in the meantime that is.


Some Walmarts are open 24 hours.
 
2013-10-30 09:32:49 AM
What difference does it make where you die? You're dead.
 
2013-10-30 09:34:55 AM
The body was found inside the store, and was removed from the bathroom near the employee area. Walmart says the man was found inside of the family restroom and the door was locked. They say a maintenance worker tried several times to clean the restroom last night but he was unable to get in. He thought a customer was inside.

When a worker tried to get into the bathroom this morning, the door was still locked. The worker knocked on the door and no one answered. The worker then asked a manager to open the door with a key and that's when they made the discovery.


/so, the worker just went home? and left some guy in the bathroom all night? And didn't mention it to the manager? I smell a lawsuit coming. Looks like hell mart is doing damage control. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the family in this very sad time." More like..."circle the wagons...call the lawyers.
 
2013-10-30 09:36:17 AM
Let's bulldoze the place down, set up a memorial and promise ourselves we will never, ever let this happen again.  Let's all ride to D.C. with our fellow man and demand that the congress, the senate, yes, even the president pass and approve new legislation to stop these unthinkable acts.  Together, we, as a village, will look out for our fellow man.

//// Thank yew, very much.
 
2013-10-30 09:36:49 AM
reading the earlier article about the walmart toilet overflow scam--are they trying to get back at other scammers?
 
2013-10-30 09:37:43 AM

Disgruntled Goat: What difference does it make where you die? You're dead.


There's a difference between dying in your villa in Italy at the age of 95 with a whore's lips wrapped around your cock and croaking in a Walmart shiatter at the age of 37.
 
2013-10-30 09:38:57 AM
5 x 9 storage boxes on Isle 5. Now, only $9.95, was $10.97!
 
2013-10-30 09:39:36 AM

Bit'O'Gristle: The body was found inside the store, and was removed from the bathroom near the employee area. Walmart says the man was found inside of the family restroom and the door was locked. They say a maintenance worker tried several times to clean the restroom last night but he was unable to get in. He thought a customer was inside.

When a worker tried to get into the bathroom this morning, the door was still locked. The worker knocked on the door and no one answered. The worker then asked a manager to open the door with a key and that's when they made the discovery.

/so, the worker just went home? and left some guy in the bathroom all night? And didn't mention it to the manager? I smell a lawsuit coming. Looks like hell mart is doing damage control. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the family in this very sad time." More like..."circle the wagons...call the lawyers.




What likely happened is that he checked multiple times and figured it was a different person in it.
 
2013-10-30 09:42:53 AM

Molavian: Disgruntled Goat: What difference does it make where you die? You're dead.

There's a difference between dying in your villa in Italy at the age of 95 with a whore's lips wrapped around your cock and croaking in a Walmart shiatter at the age of 37.


Different strokes for different folks!
 
2013-10-30 09:48:40 AM
A lot of people die on the toilet. Don't strain and eat lots of fiber. I lost a co-worker this way once. Paramedic said he saw this before. Check the bathroom before leaving work.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toilet-related_injuries_and_deaths
 
2013-10-30 09:49:44 AM
crappy... eh
 
2013-10-30 09:50:07 AM
They must've really had "to go"

/bad joke is bad joke.
 
2013-10-30 09:54:25 AM

Disgruntled Goat: What difference does it make where you die? You're dead.


To quote Frank from 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia': "I don't care, when I'm dead just throw me in the trash".
 
2013-10-30 10:05:13 AM
Louis Kahn thinks you're bush league.
 
2013-10-30 10:09:47 AM
So is this the start of a new website called: "Dead People of Walmart"?
 
2013-10-30 11:07:21 AM
Worst way to die I know was an older, obese southern California man.  He had been away from his home for more than a month, and his backyard grass had died, so he put the yard spray timer on half and hour twice a day, figuring he'd have a lush lawn quickly.  Then he had a heart attack and died on the lawn.  In summer.

The goop of his earthly remains wasn't found for a few months.
 
2013-10-30 11:23:16 AM

ginkor: Worst way to die I know was an older, obese southern California man.  He had been away from his home for more than a month, and his backyard grass had died, so he put the yard spray timer on half and hour twice a day, figuring he'd have a lush lawn quickly.  Then he had a heart attack and died on the lawn.  In summer.

The goop of his earthly remains wasn't found for a few months.


Summary: A man died of a heart attack.
 
2013-10-30 11:30:03 AM

Disgruntled Goat: ginkor: Worst way to die I know was an older, obese southern California man.  He had been away from his home for more than a month, and his backyard grass had died, so he put the yard spray timer on half and hour twice a day, figuring he'd have a lush lawn quickly.  Then he had a heart attack and died on the lawn.  In summer.

The goop of his earthly remains wasn't found for a few months.

Summary: A man died of a heart attack.


That's a terrible summary.
 
2013-10-30 11:30:21 AM

Disgruntled Goat: ginkor: Worst way to die I know was an older, obese southern California man.  He had been away from his home for more than a month, and his backyard grass had died, so he put the yard spray timer on half and hour twice a day, figuring he'd have a lush lawn quickly.  Then he had a heart attack and died on the lawn.  In summer.

The goop of his earthly remains wasn't found for a few months.

Summary: A man died of a heart attack.


Yeah. Kind of a letdown (not that it's a bad thing). Since grass was mentioned, I was expecting some kind of freak lawnmower accident.
 
2013-10-30 11:48:08 AM

MagicBoris: Disgruntled Goat: ginkor: Worst way to die I know was an older, obese southern California man.  He had been away from his home for more than a month, and his backyard grass had died, so he put the yard spray timer on half and hour twice a day, figuring he'd have a lush lawn quickly.  Then he had a heart attack and died on the lawn.  In summer.

The goop of his earthly remains wasn't found for a few months.

Summary: A man died of a heart attack.

Yeah. Kind of a letdown (not that it's a bad thing). Since grass was mentioned, I was expecting some kind of freak lawnmower accident.


With all that fertilizer, I'll bet his lawn was nice & lush.
 
2013-10-30 12:58:11 PM
A family rest room? Is that like a three-holer outhouse?

The most holes I've ever seen in a latrine is eight. It was an octagonal out-house at King's Landing Historical Village near Prince William, New Brunswick. Each member of the family had their own personal seat. In some outhouses, they'd have holes of various sizes but not reserved for any one person. Goldilocks missed that trick.

The Ancient Romans had public latrines which were a popular place to chat with friends or colleagues. They also had urine collectors because urine contains valuable chemicals which are used in a number of processes, such as the curing of leather.

The urine of a young boy (nine years old) contains a chemical which is not found in adult urine, and which is vital to the fixing of indigo dye.

Vespasian, the Roman General and Emperor who laid seige to Jerusalem (with his Father, Titus, also a General and Emperor), taxed urine and famously said "The money doesn't stink." when asked how he could do such an ignoble thing.

He gave his name to public urinoirs in French: les vespasiennes.

As you know, a number of famous people have died on the throne, including the King, Elvis.

And that's more than enough for a Fark post. There are libraries of books on the subject.
 
2013-10-30 05:31:56 PM
My HS chem teacher once told us a story from when he worked in a chemical plant somewhere in flyover country.  Since everyone was required to wear respirator masks, they didn't notice a co-worker had fallen behind a row of crates while looking for a seldom-used piece of analytical equipment.  The dead man was only discovered because a second employee (my chem teacher) fell behind the same row of crates while attempting to find the same piece of equipment.  My chem teacher was luckier- someone saw him slip and rescued him before he died stuck in an inescapable crevice with a five week old rotting corpse.  As it was, he spent two hours in the ghastly embrace of death while rescuers moved all the supplies and equipment away.

He also told dozens stories about nasty ways people died from not treating chemistry with the respect it deserved.  In retrospect, he was kind of a creepy dude.
 
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