Adelaide Man Arrested After Peeing Out The Window Of His Car During A Police Chase

Nov 9, 2018

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A man has been arrested after leading police on a car chase during which he somehow managed to urinate out of his car from the driver’s seat.

According to SAPOL:

“Just before 4.45am on Friday 9 November, a police patrol attempted to stop a suspected drink driver in blue BMW on Morphett Street in the city, however the male driver refused to stop and the car was followed through North Adelaide and Walkerville then north along Payneham Road.

“The BMW driver would slow down and stop, then drive through several red light intersections, to Lower North East Road.

“The BMW continued north along Valley Road, then Hancock Road where he veered on the wrong side of the road to avoid police road spikes at St Agnes.

“At about 5.20am, the male driver slowed to a crawl on McIntyre Road, before urinating out of the vehicle from the driver's seat, that's when police patrols were able to place road spikes on both sides of McIntyre Road, not far from Montague Road.

“The BMW continued on McIntyre Road Modbury hitting the road spikes.  Shortly after the front tyre deflated and the car spun out hitting a bus stop.

“Police patrols quickly swooped and arrested the 24-year-old man from Andrews Farm, he's been charged with drive dangerously to evade police, driving with a suspended licence, driving and unregistered and uninsured car and fail to truly answer.  He was also issued an on the spot fine of $140.00 for urinating in a public place.

“The arrested man has been bailed to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on 19 December.

“There were no injuries and no damage to any police vehicle.  The BMW had minor damage to hit from hitting the bus stop.”

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