My father-in-law's food plant just got a big account to supply frosting for cookies, but his facility has to pass an inspection to certify it as being kosher.
He did the kosher inspection a few years back but still complains loudly about how the rabbi broke his toilet. It seems the religious leader was portly, cracked the porcelain and slipped out without telling my father-in-law, who had to pay a lot of money to get the K seal of approval. That's his story, anyway.
Hey, if a client came and broke my crapper, why would I care? Toilets are cheap to fix.
You know, this sounds like the beginning of a bad joke. "So, a rabbi walks into a plant. He breaks the toilet and..."