Michigan Man’s Fart Kills Rare Fish in China

Flint, Michigan — According to the Associated Press, Herbert Fluffstein, a Michigan man with particularly potent farts, has killed a rare fish in China.

According to reports, Fluffstein was visiting a popular tourist destination in China when the incident occurred. He was standing on a bridge overlooking a fish pond when he let out a thunderous and pungent fart.

Little did he know, the fart was so powerful that it traveled to China, killing a rare and endangered fish in the pond below.

“I can’t believe my fart could have caused so much damage,” Fluffstein said in a statement to the press. “I just let out a little toot, and the next thing I know, I’m being blamed for killing a rare fish.”

Fluffstein’s fart has caused outrage in China, with many calling for him to be held accountable for the death of the fish. Environmentalists have also expressed concern over the incident, fearing it could have broader implications for the ecosystem.

This incident reminds us to always be mindful of our bodily functions, especially when traveling abroad. And for Herbert Fluffstein, it might be time to invest in some gas-absorbing underwear. Let’s all do our part to protect the environment and the creatures that call it home.

Michael Stephen
Michael Stephen
Michael has been through pretty much everything, and his sole aspiration is to get you through it more quickly and with less pain.

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