>There’s A Charge For That?

>The story of Daniel L. Shilts Jr. peeing in the back seat of a police car and on a cop is about as bad as the launching of the well-used and bloody female sanitary napkin.

He was driving drunk, obviously so, and got stopped for it. When he was arrested, he pissed in the back of the squad car and through the divider onto one of the cops in the front. Ug. I don’t know how cops do it.

What I find even funnier is there is a felony charge of “expelling bodily substances at a public safety worker.” Seriously? There is a charge for that? For how long? I swear they make up new ones every year. Don’t get me wrong, there should be consequences for pissing on a cop, but the charges get more elaborate every day.

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