Poo happens. And it blogs, too.
And just who is logging the Loop's logs?
The blog is not for the faint of heart. It provides photographic proof of the olfactory offense, including everything from what Freymann describes as "teacup poo" to "some huge sidewalk poos."
But the crap isn't just crude, it's criminal.
"No person shall appear with a pet upon the public ways or within public places ... without some means for the removal of excrement," states the Chicago Municipal Code. Violators can be charged anywhere from $50 to $500.
Obviously, that hasn't stopped some dog owners from avoiding their responsibility.
Some offenders explain it away by saying, "It's biodegradable" or "Nobody will notice," according to the blog.
But people do notice, and many of them contribute to the poo website. Freymann emphasizes, however, that the site isn't a place for "anti-dog/owner rants."
"The idea is, can we focus the discussion away from lecturing everybody, because everybody doesn't need to be lectured, and find out who the target audience is, who the miscreants are," Freymann told the Chicago Journal.
So get out there and find those fecal felons!