Waterlooville locals were awoken with a loud thud on 10:30 p.m. Monday night and discovered iced poo that dropped from the sky. Lisa Boyd and Louise Browne rushed outside to see a half-meter size frozen lump on their pavement, nearly two feet from a car.

“We just getting into bed and we thought someone was chucking gravel stones at our window,” Browne told Portsmouth News. “We could hear it whooshing down, and there was like a thud, and where it hit the ground, that’s what we thought was gravel – but it was ice hitting the window,” she added.

It must have come from a plane, according to her husband, because it just dropped out of the sky. The Eagle Avenue residents believed the ice originated from a plane's lavatory flying 35,000 feet overhead when it thawed and exposed a nasty surprise.

Locals noticed human excrement and toilet paper on the pavement when the ice thawed.

“I thought someone had crashed their scooter outside, there was a big whirring noise and huge thud so I looked out the window and there was just this lump of ice on the floor,” Boyd said.

She added, "We were just thankful no one was walking past and nobody got hit by it because it could've killed someone."

According to the Civil Aviation Authority, all lavatory waste is kept within the aircraft and collected by special trucks after landing in order to prepare for the next travel.

It added that ice falls from airplanes are uncommon in UK airspace and can be caused by meteorological factors. If the ice is clear, it might be a result of a water system leak at an exterior service point.

The CAA receives around 10 complaints of ice falls annually, and while they couldn't examine the origin, they keep track of them. The CAA has no liability for damage which may be caused by an icefall.

Waterlooville is close to Southampton Airport and the Gatwick and Heathrow international airports.

Nonetheless, this isn’t the first time a poo bomb crashed from the sky. According to The Sun, a family home in Wiltshire rattled in October 2017 as a passing jet poo-bombed their house from 20,000 feet.

The Jumbo Jet's waste from its toilets high over Cricklade dropped 'ice bombs' on the home.

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