SCRANTON, Pa. (CBS) – Call it a stinky situation.

Some residents in northeastern Pennsylvania woke up to find their neighborhood littered with toilet paper, but they don’t think it’s the work of pranksters.

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Neighbors not far from Scranton believe a passing plane dumped toilet paper and shredded plastic bags onto their property overnight.

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They reportedly called the Federal Aviation Administration and an investigation is underway.

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“It’s nuts,” says area resident Michael Reiher. “I mean, a plane drops stuff out of the sky onto someone’s yard? I mean, that’s just crazy, I’ve never seen something like that before.”

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The FAA plans to collect samples of the debris and take it to a lab for testing.

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The organization is also trying to pinpoint which aircraft was in the airspace of the homes at the time people say they saw the toilet paper falling.