Looks like Chapman University needs to add some classes teaching students who ride on buses how to hold their liquor. And bladders. And bowels.
The Orange-based university's student newspaper The Panther reports that bus service to and from a Pomona nightclub hosting a recent Chapman frat party was suddenly suspended, "leaving more than 200 students stranded at the venue for several hours."
"The busing companies ended their services early due to excessive amounts of hazardous waste (vomit, urine, and fecal matter) found all over the inside of each bus," explains Ben Sornsen, president of Phi Gamma Delta (known as the Fijis and hosts of the event) in an email to attendees of the FIJI Islander party and tiki princess competition at the Fox Theater in Pomona.
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"In the end, our cleaning crews could not sterilize the hazardous waste efficiently enough to please the drivers," Sornsen added.
Sornsen said they are trying to work with the venue to make it up to attendees, although he was unsure if that would included picking up the cab fares people had to pay to get home.
Hey, you-know-what happens.