WILSON, N.C. — Authorities say a Wilson man is expected in court in May on charges he urinated on a North Carolina Highway Patrol car parked in front of a county magistrate's office. The Wilson Daily Times reports Monday that 23-year-old Chuck R. Daniels was charged with urinating in public after Trooper Kevin Woods reviewed surveillance camera records. Woods says he found the windows and doors on the passenger side of his car were wet when he returned after taking a suspect into the Wilson County Magistrate's Office at about 3 a.m. April 6. Authorities say Daniels had been arrested on misdemeanor charges of possession of stolen goods and drugs. Woods says the man had been released and was waiting for a ride home when he allegedly urinated on the car.
HA, way to show your contempt. I'd celebrate your brazen pissing if it weren't for the fact that you were too dumb to realize that a court house might have security cameras outside. I understand your enthusiasm, but you couldn't have waited like 20 minutes until you got downtown or something.
This seems to be the proper way to rebel against authority though. I remember back in college two of my friends were getting the boot from the on campus dorms at semesters end. Instead of the school doing the sensible thing and kicking them out immediately, they chose the option that made the least sense possible. They gave two 19 year old kids two months notice that they weren't going to be allowed back in their dorm the following semester.
Reacting as 19 year old's would, their dorm became party central for the rest of the semester, all culminating in their final weekend there when, honest to god, the roommates chose to just start urinating in the corner of the room once all there stuff was moved out. I mean hey, they were already kicked out, no harm, no foul, right?