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“Thank God we took the cake back in!” Plane drops feces over backyard during Sweet 16 party

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PENNSYLVANIA (WITI) -- A teenage girl's birthday party in Levittown, Pennsylvania came to a messy end! A plane dropped feces over the family's backyard!

A couple observations about Sweet 16 birthday parties: Number one -- you only get one in your lifetime. And number two...shouldn't be there!

At Jacinda's Sweet 16 party on Sunday evening, May 17th, number two came from the sky.

Joe Cambray, Jacinda's stepfather, was playing horseshoes in the backyard. Others were swimming. About 40 people were there for the party. Suddenly, it started raining -- but it wasn't rain that was falling from the sky!

"Out of nowhere, from the sky, comes a bunch of feces!" Cambray said.

The stinky mess landed on Cambray's canopy -- the canopy he just purchased hours earlier to give his guests a little protection from the elements -- not realizing what he's actually be protecting them from!

"It landed on the baby seat that was here," Cambray said.

"We just got done with cake thank God! We took the cake back in, because within two minutes, something fell from the sky. It was brown. It was everywhere. It got on everything," Kristie Rogy said.

"I grabbed a hose from over here, immediately started lining things up to start washing it off," Cambray said.

Cambray's tech-savvy sister grabbed her smartphone and used an app to figure out five planes were flying above them at that moment. Not that the information offered much comfort right then!

"It was gross!" Kristie Rogy said.

"I was eating cake, and then I just heard a big splat!" Donovan Rogy said.

"It looked like, if a hundred birds flew over and went to the bathroom simultaneously, that's what it would look like," Cambry said.

"Definitely not legal," Kristie Rogy said.

She's right. The FAA says all airplanes are required to dispose of waste at an airport. That means Jacinda's Sweet 16 party certainly qualifies as a "feces free zone!"

"Everybody was not very happy!" Cambray said.


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