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Guilty of Farting

Farting is a natural body function. We all do it. But how would you react if someone did it in front of you and didn't apologize? What if that person was accusing you of a crime? Check out this guilty farter.

The British police are investigating a complaint from a family who claim that a police officer farted in their home and didn't apologize. The family was being raided for drugs at the time. A male officer apparently farted in the hallway. They complained, saying the officer was rude and unprofessional. (Or maybe they were guilty and wanted to turn the attention away from themselves?) Scotland Yard said that the Department of Professional Standards was looking into charging the officer.

Do you believe this story? Is an officer really being charged for farting? Scotland Yard hasn't said what exactly the charges would be. Is the offense that serious? Take our poll and see if others believe this story, or email us.

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