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Woman urinates in public and breaks man’s cellphone because she was not allowed to use private toilet

By Mason White 5:05 PM January 25, 2017
Katerina Devlin
By: Emily Lewis

A woman flew into a rage after she was not allowed to use a private toilet at a marina, according to police in Florida.

Big Coppitt Key police said that they have arrested 37-year-old Katerina Devlin, after being accused of breaking a man’s cellphone and trying to run him over with her vehicle.

Devlin has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, battery, criminal mischief and relieving herself in public.

She was booked into jail, and her bail has been set at $29,500.

According to the criminal complaint, Devlin tried to enter the private bathrooms of the marina at Land’s End Village. An employee told her that she could not enter these bathrooms and directed her to the public restrooms.

Devlin became extremely angry and pulled down her pants. She then urinated in front of the employee. Devlin got into her car and tried to run over the employee.

She then got out of her car, grabbed the employee’s cellphone and threw it to the ground.