A Port Charlotte resident's toilet exploded after lightning struck their home's septic tank.
Their plumber said the lightning hit methane gases from fecal matter that had built up in the pipes. A woman reported the unusual incident in which her toilet actually exploded into hundreds of pieces.
Ward says the explosion was the loudest sound she's ever heard, and that she also smelled smoke.
"I'm just glad none of us were on the toilet", Ward told WINK.
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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) lightning expert, John Jensenius, says that lightning can strike you if you're on the toilet or in the shower or bath. The toilet explosion then scared them and when they went to assess the damage, they discovered that the blast broke one of their master bedroom windows and ruined their yard decorations.
"The toilet exploded in home owners master bathroom sending porcelain airborne like a missile", A-1 Affordable Plumbing wrote on Facebook.
Ward said she hopes people will think twice about going to the bathroom during a storm.
In 2018 the Sunshine State had the highest density of lightning strikes, according to environmental measurement specialist Vaisala released its Annual Lightning Report. "This means staying off corded phones, electrical appliances, wires, TV cables, computers, plumbing, metal doors and windows".