Remember The Cop Who Filmed His Farts For 6 Months? Well, He Just Got Fired. And He Filmed That, Too.

Like "FML, the follow up" but with FML news.

A few days ago we showed you the video of the man who documented his farts for 6 months straight. Well that man, (or legend, rather,) has a name. And that name is Paul Flart. 

OK so, that's not so much his name as it is his wonderfully-apt pseudonym. His real name (by day) is Doug, and he was working at a hospital in Florida. Oh Doug, you've really dug yourself into a pickle this time. 

Paul Flart's fart compliation went viral quick, and it was adored by many. Unfortunately, the company he was working for did not find it quite as hilarious as the rest of the world. You can check out his termination, which he filmed for Instagram Live, below.

So why did he do it?

"The lobby has really great acoustics, and naturally, we all fart. One day I ripped a rather nice one and got really good sound from it, so the next time it happened I recorded it and sent it to my group chat." Doug said to Vice.

You can check out the full collection of farts on his Instagram, or support his farting lifestyle on Patreon

By Nadine / Friday 24 August 2018 14:21 / France
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By  hopeykins  |  11

I really like that he kept his cool and refused. He only spent less than 4 minutes total recording over 6 months. I think the client might have been mad that he didn't give their acoustic design a name to go with it.

By  Dustin Allen-Duwayne Lakey  |  16

Damn, now Harry Potter is going to have to quit school and pick up a job taking care of the owls to support his jobless uncle.

By  pjsr  |  32

Wow, some people take themselves waaaayyyyyy too seriously. Certain security people sleep on the job or act like Barney Fife to the public. This guy farts with no one around, and gets canned?!

  Nadine  |  21

ALSO, it wasn't included in this article, but apparently it was one of their best and they moved him to the front because he was so good with people. He's better off without this job, IMO.