Wind Sends Porta-Potties Flying at Colorado Park

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Strong winds sent two portable toilets sailing into the air this week at a Commerce City, Colo., park. 

Video showed one of the Porta-Potties flying high above parkgoers and spraying a mysterious substance. The second toilet appears to break apart as it blows away.

Porta-Potties can weigh up to 300 pounds. 

The viral video was posted to Facebook Monday and has since racked up more than 1 million views. 

The wind also wreaked havoc on a tent at the park. 

It's not clear whether anyone was injured in the startling burst of strong wind.


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