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Man wipes his backside with police summons and throws it at officer

By Mason White 11:01 AM October 16, 2015
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By: Feng Qian
An angry man was arrested for throwing his bodily fluids on a police officer.

Police in New Jersey, said that the man has been accused of placing a police summons in his behind and wiping it up and down before throwing the contaminated paper at a police officer.

45-year-old Joseph Greenwood of Whitehouse Station, was charged with one count of fourth-degree throwing bodily fluids, which carries a possible jail sentence of 18 months.

Greenwood was given a citation after being released on charges of threatening to assault another person. He took the summons, wiped his backside and threw it at Lieutenant John Insabella of the Readington Police Department.

According to the indictment: “Greenwood purposely subject officer Insabella of the Readington Township Police Department to be in contact with a bodily fluid while the officer was in uniform and acting in the performance of his duties.”

Greenwood was also charged with making threats and disorderly conduct for threatening to kill another person.