Henderson supposedly told the deputy he had to urinate, but the deputy didn’t appear to hear him, and spent a minute or two talking to Henderson’s mother in the car while the suspect answered nature’s call on the police car.
His timing couldn’t have been worse.
A dash cam video of the incident obtained by WTSP-TV shows the officer explaining to Henderson’s mom there was no violation after all and he was going to let them go.
That is, until he came back to talk to Henderson and noticed the pool of yellow liquid. Then the officer saw red and and took Henderson to the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office, where he was booked for indecent exposure.
Henderson’s alleged urination isn’t the only news leak in recent weeks.
Earlier this month, an Oklahoma toddler who was potty training was given a $2,500 public urination ticket when he demonstrated what he thought was good behavior, by pulling down his pants in his front yard and taking a whiz.
In August, New Zealand’s Ryan Scott Thompson just may have put the “wee” in “Kiwi” after urinating on 300 breathalyzer tubes during a sobriety test.
- Man urinates on police car after arrest (digitalspy.co.uk)
- Driver Urinated on Patrol Car During Traffic Stop: Authorities (nbcmiami.com)
- Impersonating a police car? (blogs.abc.net.au)