Tag:Public Urination
Posted on: November 17, 2010 11:22 am
Edited on: November 17, 2010 11:22 am

There aren't enough toilets at Penn State

Posted by Tom Fornelli

There's a local emergency sweeping through State College, Pennsylvania.  One that, if not taken care of swiftly, could lead to the town smelling incredibly bad.  It seems there just aren't enough toilets in the town.  Yesterday it was reported that Penn State running back Silas Redd received a citation for urinating in public on early Monday morning.  As it turns out, Redd was not the first Penn State player who felt the need to bring himself closer to nature by peeing on it.

It turns out that sophomore defensive end Sean Stanley beat him to the punch, getting busted for watering the lawn last Friday.

This is Stanley's second run-in with the law this season, though his first offense was a bit bigger of a deal.  Stanley was charged with marijuana possession back in October after police found it in his apartment -- which also has a toilet -- and Stanley was suspended a few games because of it.

Whether or not he'll miss this weekend's game against Indiana remains to be seen, but if he does, I wouldn't let him stand on the sidelines.  Who knows when he'll feel that urge again.

Posted on: November 16, 2010 10:37 am

Penn State RB busted peeing in public

Posted by Tom Fornelli

It seems like a long time ago, but I can remember when I was in college, and I'd be walking home from a bar or a party really late at night or early in the morning.  Some of those walks were long, man.  Especially given the state a person is normally in while making those late night walks.  Inevitably, after the night of drinking, you'll have to pee as well.

So you find yourself about a mile from home, and you really have to pee.  What do you do?  Do you hold it and risk wetting your pants, or do you look at the world around you and just see one giant toilet?  If you're Penn State running back Silas Redd, well, I know what your answer is.
Penn State freshman backup tailback Silas Redd is in trouble with the law.

He was cited at 4:13 a.m. today by university police for allegedly urinating in public near the Agriculture Engineering building on campus.

Redd, from Norwalk, Conn., was charged with disorderly conduct, which carries a fine.
Hey, he was just trying to engineer some agriculture.  There are a lot of nutrients in beer, and Redd was just trying to share them with the earth below to help them survive the cold Pennsylvania winter.  He probably should be handed awards for caring so much about the planet, not being handed citations.
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