During mass "Devil Attack," at school in Trinidad, Satan demands to go to the toilet

From a local newspaper in the Caribbean state of Trinidad and Tobago: "17 female students fell mysteriously ill and began rolling on the ground, hissing and blabbering in a strange tongue, after suffering bouts of nausea and headaches. Two of the students reportedly tried to throw themselves off a railing and had to be physically restrained, triggering fears of a possible demon attack." The devil spoke through the girls, and said he wanted to go to the toilet. (BB Submitterator, thanks Stevedore)


  1. The comments on the article are really interesting. A real culture clash between believers and non-believers.

    1. I don’t see any believers commenting, but I take you mean something along the lines of ‘The newspaper that reported this wasn’t in fact yukking it up, but instead considered the incident to be both demonic and newsworthy.’ Meanwhile, all of us jaded netizens reject the possession of schoolgirls by scatalogical fiends as obvious nonsense, and laugh at anyone who thinks otherwise. So much for credo quia absurdum est…

  2. Being the Devil must be a tougher job than I thought, if he’s gotta go through all that trouble just to get a bathroom break.

      1. How would you feel if you didn’t have a corporeal body and needed to pee really bad?

        Oh, I’ve been there during a particularly eventful session of, um, exploration. Basically I’d arrived at the conclusion that the physical world was simply a construct of my mind, and as such little more than a distraction from the Important Stuff. Then I had to wee, but quick as a flash I decided that this was just a hangover from my years of physical illusion, and all I needed to do was think I was weeing to dispel this bad habit. And, long story short, that’s why I pissed all over the couch. What I did on the kitchen floor requires a more detailed explanation.

  3. The comments by the readers of the paper in the community are, indeed, the best part of it.

    Except for the name of one of the officials who responded, acting Assistant Divisional Fire Officer, Ramdeo Boodoo…

  4. Do these people not have drugs or inebriation in their culture, or is the division between such and the embodiment of pure devil merely that weak?

    ~D. Walker

  5. Wow, this is just pathetic. Students start rolling around on the ground and all these morons can think is “OMG demonic possession!” Makes the USA look sane in comparison. We may be overflowing with credulity and pseudoscience here but at least we know when it’s time to call for a bloody doctor.

  6. In one corner of the ring: the supernatural.

    In the opposite corner: the necessities of nature.

    Who will win?
    Which shall triumph?

    Place your bets now!

  7. from the photo comment “One of the Pentecostal pastors leaves the school after he prayed with the students yesterday.”

    mystery solved

  8. A conversation I had with a Mormon once:

    Me: “Do you believe in the Devil?”

    Mormon: “Yes, of course.”

    Me: “Not me, I believe in GOD!”

    Mormon: “well, that’s not what I meant by believe. . . ”

    If you believe in demons you will see them everywhere. “My computer crashed, it is infected with demons! Quick, get the Holy Water!”

    I like that second comment in the article: “To all those so called educated people who babbling nonsense about science May God have mercy on your souls. ”

  9. I guess you see what you want to see,

    FTA: what this guy saw,
    Mollineau claimed he actually communicated with the “devil which had possessed the girl. “I asked the Devil what he wanted with the girls and the voice said he wanted a life. He kept saying to send the girls in the toilet and to leave them alone,” Mollineau claimed.

    How I see it, “Devil!?, what the… Get a life!, I’m sick. Leave me the f— alone and let me go to the bathroom!”

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