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Video: Fla. Man Urinates on Cruiser

November 21, 2012  | 

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A Florida man couldn't resist nature's call during a traffic stop with an Alachua County Sheriff's deputy, as he urinated on the deputy's cruiser, reports WTSP.

The deputy stopped Roger Alvin Henderson for a possible window tint violation and asked the man to face his cruiser's hood. The deputy then went to talk with Henderson's mother in the vehicle he pulled over.

The deputy's dash-cam then captured Henderson urinating on his car. The deputy returned to find a puddle and arrested Henderson for indecent exposure.


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hank hill @ 11/22/2012 8:54 AM

why was he not cuffed? thank god he only did what he did and not something worse!

BW @ 11/22/2012 8:59 AM

I have the same question as Hank Hill... But also wonder why he was removed from the vehicle for a window tint violation? People are a lot easier to manage if you just leave them in the car!

VA-Fed @ 11/22/2012 1:18 PM

He took him out of the car because that is their policy and I am sure that most agencies don't cuff on every traffic stop.

Dilt @ 11/22/2012 8:22 PM

Cuff him for a bogus window tint stop? Really?????

Ivan the Terrible @ 11/23/2012 10:43 AM

Got a chuckle out of this one. I had the same thing happen to me many years ago. Headlines in our local paper read the next day, "Deputy makes a leaky arrest." This before Polictcal Correction became in vogue!

S.S @ 11/26/2012 7:59 AM

What a dumbass. Why would any normal person do something that stupid? Nature calls my ass! People are just plain stupid!!!

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