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Idaho Cyclist Starts Wildfire After Stopping to Take a #2 [VIDEO]

A Hulls Gulch wildfire started by a cyclist with good intentions.

An Idaho cyclist defecated in a ravine and set the toilet paper on fire for disposal.

Then the cyclist tried to bury the waste. As reported by the Bureau of Land Management it appears a cyclist is responsible for setting 73 acres on fire in the Boise foothills.

Apparently an ember escaped containment and the fire started in dry grass that was nearby.

The cyclist received a citation for starting the fire. He may receive more fines for costs and property damage caused by the flames.

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Idaho Cyclist Starts Wildfire After Stopping to Take a #2 [VIDEO]