Sooner or later, that call of nature will come for us all. But let this be a lesson as to where not to answer that call.
Man picks wrong spot for pit stop
Two Kentucky men drew police attention after one of them urinated in the parking lot of the West Virginia State Police headquarters in South Charleston Thursday evening, court records show.
Michael Ray Hunter, 37, apparently reeked of alcohol when a trooper on routine patrol approached him as Hunter relieved himself in the lot, according to a criminal complaint filed in Kanawha County Magistrate Court by Trooper J.S. Crane.
The second man, James Alan Richardson, 40, sat in a nearby pickup truck apparently checking his phone messages, according to a second complaint filed by Trooper Paul A. Green.
The story goes on to say that they also found a “marijuana pipe and prescription pills for which Richardson had no prescription”