It was a sh**ty day for both a State Trooper and a parent in the US.

Last week, Indiana State Police Sergeant Stephen Wheeles was on his way home from the state fair when a crappy nappy was ditched from the car in front of him.

It hit the road a couple of time before it struck the front of his patrol car, he told CNN.

Wheeles pulled the driver over and saw that a passenger was in the backseat with a baby.

The passenger denied changing the nappy, according to the trooper, instead telling him that the wind blew it out the window.


They were fined for littering.

Stay classy, everyone.