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Pleiner87 07-11-2010 12:56 AM

Who has had their Jeep used as a trash dumpster?!!
It has been a while since this has happened to me (mostly back in highschool, friends tossing trash into my old YJ in front of school). I came out of work today to find some lowlifes tossed a greasy bag of Burger King and large sweating soda cups on my TJ's back seat! This is the only downside of going topless, this is byfar was not the worst i've found in my Jeep. With the YJ when I had the top and doors off, during a hot (100 + degree) summer day, I walk out of my house around noon to find a possibly used (out of wrapper) condom on my drivers side vinyl seat , ughhhh!!! So whats the worst thing you have found that someone has tossed into your Jeep? (could be a interesting thread...)

burton160w 07-11-2010 12:59 AM

I've posted this is another thread, but I had someone piss in my Jeep. I don't think you can top that in very many more ways. At least poop comes out, piss is nearly impossible to get the stench out. I've had solo cups, burger king bags, I found a kid sleeping in the back after a party at my house, there's been cans, there's been beer cans (good thing I found them before being pulled over). Someone threw a bagel in my Jeep.... along with a packet of cream cheese. That's about the worst of it.

Wally Meyers 07-11-2010 02:44 AM

It is like having a pick-up truck. Somebody is always throwing something in the back. But that's not as bad as getting it in the interior of a Wrangler.:mad:

rogertc1 07-11-2010 03:19 AM

I have never had that done on my Jeep, in my trucks or convertable and i am old.

N39-W120 07-11-2010 09:25 AM

Nothing done to the Jeep, but people would throw crap in the back of my truck all the time

jp'rs_peep'rs 07-11-2010 11:02 AM

I hadn't owned "Silver" long when some one chose to throw there garbage in my back seat...Lol!
I came out of the supermarket and there it was.


drea 07-11-2010 11:24 AM

I have been worrying about people trying to take things out of mine (so I don't leave much in it). Now I gotta think about people putting things IN IT?

PS. Nature's Miracle (available at pet stores) is great for removing urine stains/odor on rugs at home. I guess it would work in a Jeep too.

EdJonesJeeper 07-11-2010 12:46 PM

We had a party at the house one night and this effin donkey pube kept trying to light up cigaretts in my house and walking around with his hennesy like he was the coolest thing since Jay Z. (I hate rap). After i told him the third time to take his cig outside we finally told him to pack his shtuf and leave, we'll guess who didn't have a ride and was to intoxicated to go anywhere. He slept out in the garage.

The next morning he was gone and I had to go to work early. Fully showered and smelling like an irish breeze I walk out to the TJ and found the front drivers seat of my jeep and one of my favorite hats completly covered in the disposal of he's ill laden stomach issues full of hennesy!!

Needless to say after dry heaving and doing everything I could not to add to his masterpiece I had to borrow my roomates car to get to work and now I'm late. I took a whole bottle of powder resolve and just prayed while I was at work that was going to do the majority of the clean up.... I was wrong.

So on my way home, nine hours later of sitting in the hot sun, I rented a carpet cleaner from the local grocery store, the attatchment and high powered orange smelling cleaning solution. Took a bandana and soaked it in frebrez to wrap around my head, nose and mouth, and did everything I could to clean it up and not add my own stomach fluids on top of it.

Truely one of the grossest things I've ever had to clean up. Thank god I didn't have any carpet in it but alot of it was on the center cosole and down in the tcase lever.

This was about ten years ago and for 5 of those 10 every time I smelled an orange or resolve cleaner I'd dry heave a little in my mouth.

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