No, Tell Me This Didn't Really Happen!

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From Dr. Tyra's R.I.S.K. Review:

It seems that a paraplegic businessman checked into a hotel and his colostomy bag broke during the night, spewing waste all over the bed.  An accident.  He paid the damages for clean-up.  The hotel apparently banned the guest for life - specifically because of the soiled linens.

Full story:
http://drtyra.wordpress.com/2010/01/26/guest-with-disability-banned-from-hotel/
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