That’s what South Philadelphia wrestler, Brian Johnson, wants to know. Soon after tweeting at the 3rd District Police this question, he answered it himself with the only possible solution: post the video online.
If you don’t want to watch the video, don’t click the video.
— Brian Johnson (@Number1Bjo) March 19, 2017
The tale starts around 10:30 p.m. Thursday when Johnson and his girlfriend Stacy were walking home from watching the NCAA tournament games.
As they approached their home near Fifth and Watkins streets, “We saw some drunk guy kicking snow. We had no idea who he was and didn’t pay it much mind. We walked into our house right behind him in that video.”
Fast forward to Friday night, and Johnson got a text from Stacy. She typed that “I think someone took a s— in the snow” and asked him to look at her Snapchat because she thought it might’ve been “explosive diarrhea.”
The next day, the couple noticed the excrement hadn’t gone anywhere, and that “nobody tried to clean it up,” so they tapped into their security video and rewound to Thursday night.
“Lo and behold, there was a man s—ting on my sidewalk, yelling at his s— or some mystical creature outside. It was all mumbles, some F words and other curses,” Johnson recalled of what they heard when passing by the man on Thursday night.
As for what happened after the video cuts off, Johnson said the man “just kind of walks back and forth and then leaves.”
Brian Johnson, a professional wrestler from South Philadelphia, sent police video of someone pooping on his sidewalk.
When asked what kind of move he’d perform on the defiler if he got him in the wrestling ring, the 27-year-old Johnson just chuckled.