Don't take it up a notch, see what can happen:
Woman charged in feces fling BELMONT, Mass. (UPI) -- Police in Massachusetts said a woman who allegedly threw a bag of dog feces into a car window is facing assault and battery with a dangerous weapon charges. Belmont police said the woman admitted to throwing the bag of dog feces at the dark colored sedan, which she said was speeding while she was walking her dog down Stone Road Sept. 30, the Belmont Citizen-Herald reported Wednesday. The driver of the car said the dog feces "splattered across his face, and the remaining matter soiled the front of the car," the police report said. "People need to control their immediate impulse to take action in a situation like this," police spokesman Lt. Rick Santangelo said. "The best course of action in a situation like that would be to get the license plate number and call police with a description of the vehicle and direction of travel." The woman, whose name was not released, is also being charged with vandalism to property and disorderly conduct, police said.