Fitness Fanatic’s Gym Fart Smelled So Bad, A Woman Threw Up And The Gym Had To Be Evacuated

A female fitness fanatic claims she once farted in the gym and it smelled so bad that a woman threw up and the whole place had to be evacuated. Maxime van den Dijssel relayed the horrifying story with her TikTok followers, revealing she’d gone out the night before drank way too much alcohol and ate greasy takeout food. Sadly, her evening activities came back to haunt her the following morning during an intense spin class.


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  1. There’s nothing worse than a fart at the gym. Of course, farts on public transportation or in an elevator are bad enough, but in a gym, you’re always sweaty and hot and maybe feeling kinda sick from doing such intense exercise. Adding someone’s noxious butt gas to the program is NOT a good thing, as Maxime and her fellow fitness freaks found out.
  2. She obviously didn’t admit it was her at the time. “This one time I went to a spin class after a night of heavy drinking and 4 a.m. kebabs,” she recalled. “And I farted a fart that smelled so bad that a girl threw up and they had to evacuate the entire gym ’cause they thought they had a sewage problem. I was too embarrassed to tell them it was just me. So now, eight years later, I’m telling you guys.”
  3. It smelled really, really bad, you guys. “Guys, guys, where you going? That smell which is so bad that you assumed it was the freshly exposed s*** of the entire town was actually just a little parp from yours truly,” she said of the mad rush to get out of the room. Hopefully she’s learned better than to hit up intense exercise the morning after a wild night out.
  4. If you’re feeling gassy in the morning, please don’t go to the gym. Maybe go for a run outside or something to sweat it out and stay out of fitness classes and the gym as a whole. Trust me, your fellow gym-goers will thank you for it.
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