This stool pigeon landed in a shitty situation.

Building management at the Rio ⁠— a condominium at 304 East 65th St. where units sell for millions ⁠— accuses an elderly resident of using the luxury address’s pool as a restroom, according to the attorneys for the building in court documents submitted Wednesday.

After 83-year-old resident Helen Hirsh “defecated in the fitness center pool and then again in the fitness center shower,” the condo was “forced to close the fitness center pool so that ‘it can be properly sanitized…and to take the fitness center’s shower out of order so it can be cleaned and sanitized,’ the lawsuit filed in the New York State Supreme Court said.

In addition to pooping in public, Hirsh “yells and makes loud noises while using the gym and pool” and “has on numerous occasions failed to wear proper attire in the gym (using the gym equipment in a wet bathing suit and not wearing proper clothing). sport shoes) [or] take a shower before using the pool.

“I’m an old lady… I don’t want to live here anymore.

Helene Hirsh, 83 years old

As a result, the board barred Hirsh from using the amenities, but she reportedly managed to return by “deceptively obtaining a code to access the fitness center from a realtor who had” shopped around. potential buyers through the building” and even forced her way into the fitness center as another resident walked out the door of the fitness center. Defendant called the police to the building when building staff attempted to restrict his access to the fitness center.

The swimming pool where a resident is accused of shitting.
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Hirsh says she’s considering counter-suing.
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The luxury building is located at 304 East 65th St.
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Hirsh, however, claims she is clean.

“No, never,” she told The Daily Beast when asked about her defecation reputation.

“Do they have proof? Ridiculous, I was a doctor before! she continued before adding “maybe I’m getting old”.

The octogenarian noted that she plans to fight back and thinks building management is only in her case as she doesn’t always tip building staff.

“I am an old lady. Why should I tip you all the time? ” she says. “I don’t want to live here anymore.”