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DEA Agent Accused of Pooping, Spreading Feces on Agent’s Hotel Door

By Steve Neavling
Ticklethewire.com

The DEA is investigating a wild night in the Netherlands, where an intoxicated agent is accused of stripping naked, pooping in front of another agent’s hotel door and then scooping up the excrement and smearing in on the door and its handle.

Two sources told the Washington Examiner that the two agents, who were in Rotterdam for the 2018 International Drug Enforcement Conference in early April, were fighting with each other after an evening of heavy drinking. 

Agent Brian Shanahan is accused of getting his revenge outside the other agent’s hotel room.

The excrement caused on security guard to vomit.

“Shanahan took a dump in front of this agent’s door and smeared it all over it, including the door knob,” one DEA source said.

Amsterdam Residents Barely React to News of 3 U.S. Secret Service Agents Being Forced to Leave

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

While new spread across the U.S. that three Secret Service agents were sent home from Amsterdam after one of them was found passed out drunk in a hallway.

But the Washington Post reports that hard-partying Amsterdam residents barely registered the news.

The newspapers weren’t interested either.

“These are young guys. It happens,” said one driver who had been contracted to help hundreds of Secret Service agents get around the Netherlands during the logistically complicated presidential trip. “You take them to a place like Amsterdam and they have a good time,” he said, speaking on the condition of anonymity because his employer had not granted him permission to talk to the news media.