Stephen L. Thompson, 58, a courthouse janitor in Clark County, Indiana had a curious response to a court reporter who rebuffed his expressions of affection. Hell hath no fury like a janitor scorned.
A court reporter Adrianne Fuller repeatedly complained that her chair was wet in the morning. The court decided to install a hidden camera only to reportedly catch Thompson urinating on her chair. Fuller had previously filed a complaint against Thompson for calling her “sweetheart” and hugging her.
The police are analyzing the chair for DNA — the least glamorous work of the good people at CSI.
Thompson was fired after admitting the urination and now faces two felony counts of attempted battery by bodily waste — which could bring up to three years in jail (and seriously problems finding a willing cellmate).
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6 thoughts on “Urine a Lot of Trouble, Mr. Thompson: Janitor Filmed Relieving Himself on Court Reporter’s Chair”
If this is how he acts when rejected, what the Hell happens when he’s happy?
When I go to restaurants, I am always nice to waiters, just in case they want to retaliate.
There is a name for this:
July 25 3893 up, 1013 down
An intimate shower taken between 2 persons solely for the purpose of saving time, completely devoid of any sexual connotation.”
Urine in my Heart, Urine my Soul, My Bed bunk Mate is now named Joe. He stubbed his Toe and now I am his Ho . . . .
I would have more sympathy for him if it had been the Judge. . . .
Attempted battery by bodily waste?? How would you like to investigate that one? I hope that all he did was urinate on the chair. Sick!
The saga of the Minnesota urinals love triangle oozes to the surface once again …
Booty snaking …
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