‘Dog Poop Bomber’ Learns His Fate In Court After Crappy Explosion

A Portland, Oregon man learned his fate this week after he allegedly used a disgusting “dog poop bomb” on a friend he said did him wrong.

During a court appearance, 49 year-old Robb Alexander Stout was sentenced to just three months probation by a Multnomah County Circuit Court judge. Robb had told the judge he made the explosive device by stuffing a tool box with dog droppings and an air bag salvaged from a wrecking yard.

Dubbed the “Dog Poop Bomber” by the media, Robb said that he rigged the poop bomb to the back of his estranged pal’s Camaro on April 16, “so when it was open, it would just blow dog crap all over him.”

“It exploded with such force that it sounded like an M80 going off and the dog scat was blown out of the toolbox,” stated the police.

Thankfully, Robb’s ex-friend was unharmed when the bomb went off. When asked why he did it by the judge, Robb explained that he was angry at his friend over tools that he had borrowed and not returned.

“It was just made to hurt his ego and [make him] give me my stuff back,” Robb said. “Like a wake-up call.”

He went on to say that “it was a stupid choice,” and “the right way would’ve been to get a police officer involved” in the tool dispute.

“But you can see my history … I’m not psyched where [sic] I’m calling the cops, unfortunately,” Robb added.

Court records show that Robb holds 14 prior convictions, including dealing or manufacturing meth and eluding police. The judge ended up giving him a light sentence despite his long rap sheet because he hadn’t been convicted of violent acts against people, and had been a model citizen since release from jail four months ago on $2,000 bail.

When Robb told the judge that he starts a new job fixing RVs on Wednesday, the judge pointed out that a relapse would stink up his employment prospects. Randy replied, “I got ya.”

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