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Suspect unzips pants and urinates in front of judge after being denied bathroom break

By Mason White 3:26 AM December 8, 2015
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By: Chan Yuan
A man in Botswana, who was arrested on a charge of robbery, unzipped his pants and urinated in front of a judge because he was denied a bathroom break.

Palapye police said that Kabelo Suping, was arrested on a charge of robbery after being caught stealing items from a shop along with an accomplice identified as Gofaone Modukanele.

During a bail hearing, Suping asked the judge for a toilet break.

The judge however, denied his request, saying that he could have used the bathroom before coming to court. In response, Suping unzipped his pants and urinated in front of the judge.

The judge suspended the bail hearing, and a cleaning crew was called to disinfect the courtroom. As the suspects were waiting outside, Suping said that the judge left him with no choice but to urinate in the courtroom.