Man pleads no contest in urine case

By chillinwill · Feb 12, 2010 · ·
  1. chillinwill
    A California man pleaded no contest to charges stemming from allegations he tried to pay two boys at an elementary school to urinate in a cup.

    Prosecutors said Kevin Duron, 18, had faced felony counts of annoying or molesting a child but the charges were dropped in court Wednesday due to a lack of evidence and the suspect pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of failing to register before entering school grounds, KABC-TV, Los Angeles, reported Thursday.

    Police Sgt. Brian Brown said Duran entered Pacific Elementary School in Manhattan Beach and offered money to two boys if they agreed to urinate into a cup. Brown said the boy's declined the offer, which he said investigators believe was aimed at obtaining clean urine to pass a drug test.

    Duron was sentenced to three years of probation and 10 hours of community service with credit for three days served in jail. He was ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from all elementary schools.

    February 11, 2010


  1. fuelBrain
    What an idiot, who does this??

    Everybody knows that you have to goto the middle school to get this done:vibes:
  2. gonegrowin
    That is one of the funniest things i have read in a while ahahaha. What a moron.:laugh:
  3. storkfmny
    Sure, the guy is an idiot but since when is it illegal to buy or sell urine.......and especially in this economy. You can sell your blood and you can sell your sperm, why not sell your piss.
  4. Chronix
    SWIM is pretty sure its still technically illegal to sell ones blood, semen, organs. The plasma and sperm donation clinics "compensate" donors for their time not "pay" them for their blood etc.. However in relataion to the story SWIM cannot believe some people in this country and how dumb they are.
  5. godztear
    It is a gray area of the law really. People do infact sell parts of their body, like hair for example. Everyone also knows that people go to plasma clinics to sell their plasma, as I have visited some myself when in need of cash even though it is not a pleasant experience by any means. However, Ebay for example does indeed have strict terms of agreement on selling human body parts, remains, etc.

    Now if someone is out body snatching for ripe organs, well then that's a different story entirely.

    Now to the case at hand, I would have to assume that the reason for this being an actual issue is the age of the boys. In court, when it was found out that he wasn't just trying to take a peak at and under-developed penis, then he was only hit with a misdemeanor charge with lengthy terms of condition.
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