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Bathroom break costs Lusk $212
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A man has been handed the cleaning bill after he walked into Security Federal and started urinating, but not in a bathroom.
The man, Chandler S. Lusk, 39, was directed by General Sessions Judge Bill Locke to make $212 restitution to the bank for the costs incurred in sanitizing the room where he filled three cups with urine in a side office. A charge of indecent exposure was reduced to disorderly conduct.
A bank employee followed Lusk, suspecting something wasn’t right when he ducked into a side office.
“He was observed with his penis exposed and was urinating in a cup,” said McMinnville police officer Brad Hall, noting the man told the bank employee he had to go. “He stated to her he could not find a restroom.”
The female employee noted, in addition to the cup of urine he was holding, another cup filled with urine was on a desk. She then instructed him to “take his cups of urine with him” when he left. Lusk was not through relieving himself.
“He then obtained a third cup and returned to the office area and continued urinating in it,” Hall added.