For the fifth labor, Eurystheus ordered Hercules to clean up King Augeas' stables. Now King Augeas owned more cattle than anyone in Greece; Augeas was very rich, and he had many herds of cows, bulls, goats, sheep and horses. Hercules knew this job would mean getting dirty and smelly, but sometimes even a hero has to do these things.
So Hercules filled the stables full of bourbon, and Oggar drank ALL the bourbon, thereby clearing out the stables as well..
Soon after, he burped and buried Pompeii into a city of ash and soot..