Television reporter defecates on homeowner’s lawn because he couldn't hold it in any longer


Jonathan Lowe 
By: Chan Yuan

A television reporter was arrested on a charge of public urination or defecation after allegedly being seen defecating on a homeowner’s property, according to police in Arizona.

The Goodyear Police Department said that they have arrested CBS reporter Jonathan Lowe, after being accused of pulling down his pants and defecating on a lawn that did not belong to him.

He was charged with one count of public urination or defecation. He was booked and released from custody without bail.

If convicted, Lowe faces up to six months in jail and a fine of up to $2,500.

According to the police investigation, on Monday afternoon, while Lowe was reporting about a man who killed a dog, he went onto a lawn and defecated.

A passerby noticed what Lowe was doing and called the police.

The officers approached Lowe, who told him that he had to do defecate and could not hold it in.