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Woman charged for peeing on sleeping man

27 Aug 2012, 10:15

Published: 27 Aug 2012 10:15 GMT+02:00

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The incident took place on a Friday night in May after the woman had spent an evening together with two other men at a house in Långås, about 90 kilometres south of Gothenburg, the local Hallands Nyheter newspaper reported.

At some point during the evening, however, an argument broke out among the three, at which point the two men decided to retire for the evening.

The woman, who is in her forties, then proceeded to crawl into bed next to one of the men, aged 21, and urinate on him as he slept.

According to an indictment filed with Varberg District Court, the woman then continued to relieve herself on the man's sofa, displaying what was described by prosecutors as "reckless" behaviour.

The man who found himself and his couch drenched as a result of the woman's bodily fluid attack is also seeking 12,500 kronor ($1,885) in damages.

In addition to facing harassment charges for urinating on the man, the woman has also been charged for an assault stemming from a separate incident in May when she hit another woman in the face.

The woman, however, denies having committed any crime.

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11:27 August 27, 2012 by Flutterbye
We had one here last week, a man poured urine from a bottle over a woman on a train, he did not know her so assume this is a new craze.....nice.
11:31 August 27, 2012 by curious_1
Woman to Man: Have sex with me. I am a perfect ten!

Man to Woman: No, your an eight. (read it aloud)
12:02 August 27, 2012 by rybo1
Think booze had any ifluence on the squirter?
12:12 August 27, 2012 by jack sprat
Apparently theres some guys pay good money for that sort of treatment.

It's commonly known as a Golden Shower.
12:21 August 27, 2012 by Svensksmith
Some guys pay extra for that.
13:31 August 27, 2012 by Hisingen
Is this a new version of wikileaks ? ?
19:36 August 27, 2012 by philster61
Whats he complaining about?
10:32 August 30, 2012 by robban70226
Is this a joke??

Only in Sweden...
15:52 August 31, 2012 by tadchem
My friend had a dog that would do that...
20:25 September 1, 2012 by peastuto
Obviously this woman is a sleepwalker. If is, it's a pathology. If it is pathological, in the view of the right, is a fortuitous event (unforeseeable Circumstances - "act of God"). The fortuitous event is an exclusive of illegality (as well as the legitimate defense of life), which generates no criminal or civil liability. This is how we see this case in the Latin American point of view. It seems that on the other side of the Atlantic the case was turned into a circus.
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