Two tons of pigeon droppings were discovered in the tower of a Swedish church after a hatch on the tower was left open for three decades. According to the church's property manager, the 12-inch deep mass of droppings were discovered during a May inspection of the Heliga Trefaldighets Kyrka in Gavle. Church employees were amazed at the number of bags required to remove the mess from the tower. The first round alone took 80 bags, and they were stunned when the second cleaning attempt took 80 bags as well.

Whoever had to clean that up probably hates themselves.

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[via The Huffington Post]