Indiana State Police trooper’s patrol car hit with dirty diaper

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The No. 1 rule around Indiana police officers is to not force them to deal with No. 2.

Indiana State Police Sgt. Stephen Wheeles tweeted Monday that “littering is always bad…. [but] Littering by throwing a used diaper out of the car window right in front of a police officer is asking for a ticket…”

“Especially when diaper hits said police officer’s [car],” he followed up, alongside the hashtag “Ewww.”


The nauseating incident took place on Interstate 65 in Johnson County, according to the Indianapolis Star. Wheeles was driving when he noticed someone dropping a diaper from the backseat.

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“I was heading home after working the Indiana State Fair, tired, and wasn’t really expecting it,” Wheeles told the news outlet. “It hit my car and bounced a couple of times…it’s not something I could really let fly.”

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The sergeant said his car wasn’t damaged and didn’t even need a wash due to the diaper toss — but the revolting episode did cause a light traffic jam and led to a littering citation.

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