Australia is a special place.
And there are more public bathrooms than I’ve seen anywhere else.
The man outed as Brisbane’s alleged poo jogger has resigned from his corporate role at a leading retirement village.
Andrew Douglas Macintosh, 64, was a senior manager at one of Australia’s leading retirement village operators.
As revealed by The Courier-Mail, Mr Macintosh was charged with public nuisance after allegedly defecating on a unit block pathway in Greenslopes while on his morning run.
The alleged deed was captured on camera by a fed-up resident.
Andrew Douglas Macintosh was charged with public nuisance after Greenslopes residents snapped off a shot of a jogger defecating on their pathway.
Mr Macintosh was a national quality manager with Aveo and a member of Brisbane City Council’s Inclusive Board.
Mr Macintosh faced Holland Park Magistrates Court this week before his charge was downgraded to an infringment notice, resulting in a $378 fine.
This morning Aveo confirmed Mr Macintosh — a former director of the Retirement Village Association of Australia — had now resigned from the company.