Florida Man Poops in Cop Car After Warning Deputy He Was Speeding to go to the Bathroom
Charlie Blacks II March 18th 2016 Other
Hey, what can we say when you gotta go, you gotta go. For those of us whove ever had a puppy or a small child weve witnessed some horror stories wed never wish upon our worst enemies. From the unexpected dog feces on the living room floor to the massacre that even the strongest diaper couldnt contain, sh** happens, pun intended. The majority of us respect the sanctity of being able to drop a load in the privacy of our homes or public setting, as long as youre a decent human being and understand the importance of the courtesy flush. To us these are rights! But unfortunately, the authorities in Lake County, Florida dont share the same perspective.
The suspect, and bowel moving speeder, Carlos Adonis Ramos-Erazo, was pulled over recently after going 75mph in a 55mph zone. When questioned by the Lake County sheriff he responded that he was speeding because he had to go to the bathroom. To us, this sounds logical, but the sheriff had then asked Carlos to step out of the vehicle in which he refused. We have a good feeling he was clenching at the moment, still logical in our eyes. Then things took a turn for the worst when the sheriff reached into the mans car to unlock the door and Carlos stepped on the gas leading to a police chase towards his residence. Carlos made a run for a door but was stopped short of his bathroom break when he was shot with a taser. How did he not explode with feces right then and there? We will never know, but while on his way to the pokey he defecated and urinated in the back of the sheriffs vehicle leaving a present for some unlucky rookie to clean up.
In all honesty, Carlos shouldnt have been speeding at all, but we understand why he was and we dont understand how the sheriff couldnt see that this man was in stage five desperation of trying to avoid ruining a perfectly good pair of pants. We find it strange that he decided to run though, because now Carlos is facing charges of battery on a law enforcement officer, aggravated assault with a motor vehicle and resisting arrest. Hopefully, the judge takes it easy on him and he just gets a slap on a wrist. Then again, were thinking embarrassing story about pooping yourself in public or having to face jail time, court fees, and arrest records. Looks like Carlos Adonis Ramos-Erazo is going to have to deal with both now.