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Pair Of Poop Incidents Leads To Legal Trouble For Two Men

It can be pretty traumatic when one is in a frantic rush to use the restroom. According to OpposingViews, these two men just couldn’t wait anymore, and find themselves in some legal trouble for the separate incidents.

The first incident occurred at a Kroger grocery store in Cincinnati, Ohio. That’s where Colin Murphy, who lives a mere two miles away from the store, felt such a rush to go that he stripped naked and decided that the self-checkout counter was a good place to take care of business.

Reports indicate that Murphy showed plenty of signs of intoxication, but there’s no word on what his drink of choice was. He has been arrested and charged for the defecation incident, and subsequently banned from visiting his local grocer.

Our next incident takes us across the country to Goodyear, Arizona, where then-TV reporter Johnathan Lowe was on duty in his station’s TV news van. Apparently Lowe had a bit of a stomach issue while on duty, and an onlooker noticed something unusual happen.

Andrea Waters explained the incident in great detail, stating that she saw Lowe "approach the side of the front yard, squat while leaning against the wall of the residence and proceed to defecate in the yard of the residence.” After relieving himself, she said that the reporter "stood up and walked back to the news van."

Lowe took umbrage with the fact that the incident was called into police, and tried to explain his side of things.

"I know what you want me to talk to me about. I've been feeling very sick and I've been stuck in this van all day. So I went over to that person's yard and took care of business. Those people who called on me just wanted to start problems," Lowe said.

Lowe has since been relieved of his duties at the TV station, and could be facing fines and jail time to help him put things in perspective.

Source: The Smoking Gun

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