Drunk driver throws colostomy bag at police officer soaking him in urine


Felix Ward 
By: Tanya Malhotra

A man of the United Kingdom, who was pulled over by police, was arrested for assaulting a police officer with urine.

28-year-old Felix Ward of Trowbridge, was jailed after assaulting the police officer with his urine in a fit of rage.

Ward became paralyzed after he was involved in a crash in 2012. When officers pulled him over on suspicion of driving drunk, Ward became angry.

The court heard that Ward, tore off his colostomy bag and threw it at police, showering one of the officers with urine. He then allegedly wet himself.

Officers called an ambulance, but Ward refused medical help. Instead, he bit a police officer and warned that he would sue them.

In court, Ward said that he had no recollection of the incident due to the medication that he had been taking.

A judge sentenced Ward to 20 weeks in prison after being convicted of three counts of assault. He was also ordered to pay £80 ($113).