A New Jersey man evacuated his bowels over the weekend after police officers accosted him.
After responding to a report of a disorderly man around 4 a.m. Sunday, Officers approached Kyle Chambliss, 27-year-old in Plainfield, New Jersey. The authorities saw the suspect talking loudly on his mobile device while sitting in a vehicle, according 6ABC news affiliate.
The officers reportedly smelled alcohol coming from his person and subsequently requested that Chambliss exit the car. Chambliss refused to end the conversation he was having on his phone and to address the officers. The suspect allegedly became aggressive and unruly.
The officers notified Chambliss that he is being placed under arrest and attempted to handcuff him. Chambliss notified the officers that he had an urge to defecate, and then seemingly chose to do so in order to repel any shackling.
The officers’ arrest attempt was not deterred by the fecal matter that entered his pants, but was hindered when Chambliss kicked one officer in the leg and struck the other in the chest with his arm. The officers maced Chambliss, who was then sent to a hospital for breathing troubles. One of the officers sought medical treatment for an injury as well.
Chambliss is charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. He is now being held on $65,000 bail.
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