|LAFAYETTE, La. - Lafayette's Cajundome is looking for volunteers to flush more than 200 toilets in the building. About 70 volunteers are needed to participate in the "Great Cajundome Flushoff" set for 6 p.m. on Dec. 27.
The Cajundome and Convention Center housed as many as 17,000 evacuees of hurricanes Katrina and Rita for 58 days ending Oct. 26. That many people in the facility 24 hours a day took a toll on the arena's plumbing system.
"We don't know what ended up in the (sewer) system," Cajundome Director Greg Davis said. But, operations manager Phil Ashurst said they have found items in the pipes like pieces of brick wrapped in a towel, a T-shirt and diapers.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency denied a request to inspect the sewer system with a camera, Davis said. So, to test the plumbing before hosting an event in January, a minimum of 70 volunteers are needed to spend 15 to 20 minutes flushing toilet paper down 220 or so toilets and testing urinals.
"We can't afford to find out we have a problem at a sold-out concert," Davis said.
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Hahahahahah. Sounds like a pretty shitty job, pardon the pun. But if it was paid, I'd sure as hell try to clog the tiolets... I mean, that's what we used to do as kids in high school to pass the time.
|like pieces of brick wrapped in a towel|
What happened here? Someone shit a brick? lmao
Sorry, bad bad puns...