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Frontier Airlines' CEO Bryan Bedford nearly gets a sh@# shower on Undercover Boss

Executives have had to do a lot of crappy jobs on the CBS reality series Undercover Boss.

But on last night's episode, Frontier Airlines CEO Bryan Bedford may have set a new standard -- by risking a literal shit shower while off-loading what an employee refers to as a "lotta poo-poo" from the belly of a plane.

Look below to see a clip of Bedford getting away clean -- but barely -- along with additional videos from an episode featuring what AOL describes as the riskiest Undercover Boss yet.

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