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300 gallons of urine found stored in jugs in vacant Connecticut home

300 gallons of urine found stored in jugs in vacant Connecticut home, Officials have made a bizarre discovery of 300 gallons of stored human urine in a vacant Connecticut home.

WTNH-TV reported Monday (April 29) that when police arrived on a call to investigate suspicious activity in the back of a vacant home in Newtown last Friday, that they encountered the strong odor of ammonia and found hundreds and hundreds of plastic gallon jugs filled with urine throughout the residence.

Environmental officials were called in and condemned the home and afterwards preceded to remove the urine from the residence.

The containers were emptied into larger secure containers, added bleach, and transported to a sewage treatment facility to be disposed of.

The man, whose name has not been released because he has not been charged with a crime, has spoken with state and local environmental officials, according to Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) spokesman Dennis Schain.

Schain said if the owner is found to be responsible then he will be billed for the clean-up cost. He said the single-family home was "in a state of disrepair."

The home has since been boarded up to prevent anyone else from entering the residence.

The average man produces about 144 gallons of urine in one year.

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