After consulting with my fellow classmates and instructor, we've decided to hold an intervention for one of our guys, the reasoning... the smell of his gi. We've tried to be nice and drop some hints and also used some acting skills, accusing another "person" that his gi stunk to which he replied, "Oh, I didn't know, I will wash my stinky gi asap!", but to no avail has he caught on or understood the theatrics we've used. Thus, an intervention. I've been watching the show Intervention on tv for the last week and taking down tips, but it's only focused on lame topics such as alcoholism or drugs, but nothing as serious as gi stench. I mean seriously, this could kill someone! Any tips would be appreciated as to how to approach one and not offend them by wearing a gas mask or somethung similar. Right now, we have narrowed it down to either catching him in a choke and choking him out, stripping him of said gi and burning it while he is out, and claiming innocence when he comes back to and he is forced to buy a new gi... or hiring the local fire department to accost him in the parking lot with the water hose, washing said gi and stinky body smell from said person. Please help!