The infamous "Poop-Thrower" may have finally been arrested last week. However, it appears that the 6ix still isn’t safe from disgusting acts involving Toronto fecal matter. Yes, as it would turn out just when you let your guard down in this city, someone finds a new way to smear human excrement all over places where it should never be, such as a subway elevator.

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A local commuter managed to snap a truly nasty photograph of the mess, which occurred at Eglington West subway station on Wednesday night.

"Someone took a crap in the Eglinton West station elevator," wrote the witness in a tweet that linked TTC customer service.

Of course, its shockingly vile nature has received some comments from Torontonians, but it seems many are trying to ignore the vile crime. Maybe Torontonians are just getting a little desensitized to the whole feces thing? I mean, we have seen quite a bit of it in the last couple of weeks.

“I know TTC has shitty service, but I don’t think that is a complaint box, is there a toilet at that station?” wrote one user.

The TTC was quick to respond to the incident. 

“Thanks for the heads up. I've notified our maintenance team of this matter,” a spokesperson wrote on Twitter an hour after the photo was posted.

However, it remains unclear exactly how the incident occurred, not that we really want to know.

The incident ironically landed on the same day that Samuel Opoku, the man accused of dumping “liquified fecal matter” onto five people in a string of attacks in Toronto last week, appeared at a bail hearing at Old City Hall on the morning of December 3, 2019.

He currently faces five counts of assault with a weapon and mischief, but despite the serious charges, his lawyer argued against jail time.

As for this pooper? They still remain unknown. 

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