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Paul Tatum, a Cincinnati man, has been caught peeing on children's clothes in a Walmart, just one month after being caught shitting in a display toilet at Lowe's.
WCPO - CINCINNATI -- A Cincinnati man urinated on children's clothes Thursday at an Eastgate Walmart -- a little more than a month after he defecated in a display toilet at local Lowe's.
That is, if you believe video he posted on Facebook during each incident.
The man, identified on social media as Paul Tatum, posted a live video to Facebook Wednesday night showing himself urinating in the aisle at the Wal-Mart at 4370 Eastgate Square Dr.
Wal-Mart corporate spokeswoman Erica Jones said Friday the area had been "thoroughly cleaned" and all evidence was turned over to police.
Weird story here. Apparently this guy only knows how to go to the bathroom in public. I can't imagine what I would do if I saw a guy peeing on children's clothes, or even worse, taking a dump in a display toilet. I think all of us would start by taking a video of the two instances, or at least pump out a few quality snapchats. I'm a little upset that there is no footage of either of these events. Next time you guys witness something like this, please record a video and send it to our blog. Que the jackass video:
La Kifo Take incoming: I can't speak for everyone, I can only speak for myself but there hasn't been a single time that I have passed a display toilet in a store and not thought about just taking it to brown town. The thought always crosses my mind. Just imagine how clean and fresh that set up is. Then imagine it being the complete opposite of that in a matter of seconds. That would be the beauty of public defecation.
Some dudes think and dream about fucking virgins, I think about ruining a perfectly good display toilet. Paul Tatum and I, are just a different class of people, pretty low class. But let me ask you this question, what is disgusting? A 45 year old man having intercourse with a 18 year old or a 21 year old handsome SOB pooping into a fake toilet in public. I would have to go with the former.
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