Airplane dumps used toilet paper on homes and lawnsBy Mason White 10:48 AM April 22, 2015
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By: Feng Qian
(Scroll down for video) Residents in Pennsylvania, are angry after an airplane dumped used toilet paper on their homes and lawns.
The incident unfolded around 6:30 a.m., hitting several properties in West Pittston.
When people came out of their homes, they saw torn pieces of used toilet paper and shredded plastic bags covering their roofs, lawns and trees.
13-year-old Tori Viccica of 221 Wyoming Avenue, said that the toilet paper smelled really bad.
Residents called the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and they were told to contact the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
The families are demanding that the properties be properly cleaned up. The FAA confirmed that an investigation into the matter is ongoing.
Officials examined samples of the remains and will determine whether a plane passed through the area where the material was dumped.