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Nov. 30, 4 p.m.

A UA student got a not-so-nice holiday surprise after leaving his BMW on school property—returning to find it covered in human feces, a UA Police Department report said.

The student told UA officers he'd left his car in the Tyndall Garage, 808 N. Tyndall Ave., about a week earlier—apparently before taking time off for Thanksgiving—and returned to find that someone (or more likely several people) had apparently taken a bowel movement in the garage and smeared their feces all over its windshield.

No other nearby vehicles had been targeted, nor did the reportee have any idea who would've wanted to defile his expensive vehicle with excrement.

The incident was classified as vandalism and the records were filed away pending any further clues regarding its perpetrator(s).

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