New Jersey Man Soils Pants to Avoid Arrest
Police in Linden, New Jersey are calling this a new tactic for resisting arrest, albeit not a successful one.
Officers responded to a report of a disorderly man early Sunday morning. On arrival they found 27-year-old Kyle Chambliss talking loudly on his cell phone and smelling of alcohol.
After being told to end his call, officers say that Chambliss became aggressive towards them. As they tried to arrest him, Chambliss said he had to pooped... which he did... in his pants.
Chambliss went on to strike one officer in the chest and another in the leg. He was then pepper sprayed to comply. He was charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
Read more at NJ.com.