Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her daughter, Chelsea, were in for an unexpected surprise during their night out on Broadway last week.
The two were attending a performance of the popular musical “Some Like it Hot” at the Shubert Theater in New York City when they discovered a surprising turd in the aisle near their seats during intermission.
Killary and Chelsea Clinton attended “Some Like It Hot” when an odd incident went down in the aisle. A serial pooper has been stalking the halls of the legendary Schubert Theater — and the last time they struck, a turd appeared in the aisle near Hillary and Chelsea Clinton 😂 pic.twitter.com/k9YATPfC4y
— BellaBoo (@BellaBoozz) March 22, 2023
According to reports, a member of the theater staff quickly cleaned up the mess before the show resumed.
Although it has been said the incident was an isolated occurrence, there have been reports that subsequent performances in the theater have seen situations comparable to the ones that occurred.
It has been reported by those with knowledge of the production that someone referred to as a “serial pooper” has been prowling the corridors of the Shubert Theater, leaving nasty surprises in their wake.
How many poops does it take to be declared a “serial pooper?” Asking for a friend. pic.twitter.com/LGH6t4Cz0d
— Beer Drinking Army Vet (@thomas_garrard) March 21, 2023
The Clintons remained in their seats throughout the remainder of the performance, despite the tragic situation that had just taken place.
The event prompted a conversation on the significance of theater safety, as well as the necessity of maintaining a clean and hygienic atmosphere for each and every customer.
The Shubert Theater is a legendary venue in the heart of Broadway, with a history dating back to 1913.
The theater has hosted many iconic performances over the years and is known for its grand architecture and stunning interior. It is one of the most popular theaters in New York City and attracts visitors from all over the world.
The incident brought attention to the issue of being sanitary and hygienic in public spaces.
It is hoped that the management of the theater will take steps to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future and that all patrons will be able to enjoy a safe and comfortable experience when attending shows at the Shubert Theater.