Man Charged After Wiping His Ass With A Parking Ticket

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George Houdel of ChicagoBreakingNews:

A man who received a parking ticket in Bartlett now faces criminal charges after authorities said he stained the citation with human excrement before mailing it back to the village.

Officials said Alexander J. Bailey, 22, of the 6N600 block of Medinah Road in Medinah, was arrested last week charged with disorderly conduct after a village hall employee found brown stains and a foul odor on the ticket and alerted police, authorities said. The original ticket was for $15, Bartlett police said.

Bailey also scrawled a note on the ticket indicating he’d used it to wipe himself, court documents said.

Bailey posted $500 bail and is due back in Cook County Circuit Court on June 11.

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  • Riva

    AWESOME! please anyone reading this article, don't let that scare you! just do it anyway! fuck authority!

    • voxmagi

      Uh…yeah…or learn to park. Whatever works for you…court, jail, fines…or the ability to distinguish little lines on the streets and read signs.

    • urafool

      Right… because you can't park a car, you should give some innocent clerk E.coli or hepatitis. Idiot.

  • Riva

    AWESOME! please anyone reading this article, don't let that scare you! just do it anyway! fuck authority!

  • voxmagi

    Uh…yeah…or learn to park. Whatever works for you…court, jail, fines…or the ability to distinguish little lines on the streets and read signs.

  • Bones

    Why did he wipe it on his donkey? I don’t understand. If he had a donkey handy what was he doing parking a car?

  • Bones

    Why did he wipe it on his donkey? I don't understand. If he had a donkey handy what was he doing parking a car?

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