LANGHORNE, Pa. (CBS/AP) — Police say a DUI stop involving an ice cream truck led to the discovery of water bottles filled with urine, including one in the freezer where treats are kept.
46-year-old Yassir Hassan was visibly drunk when he was pulled over Friday in Middletown Township, Bucks County, in suburban Philadelphia, according to police.
When police searched the Trenton, N.J. man’s truck, they say they found boxes of wine along with the bottles of urine.
Middletown Township Lt. John Michniewicz tells WPVI-TV a passing motorist called police after seeing the ice cream truck driving erratically.
In addition to the frozen urine samples, a local news outlet reportedly obtained a copy of the inspection report performed by arresting officers which notes there were “obviously no hand washing facilities” in the truck.
Hassan faces a June 1 hearing on misdemeanor drunk-driving charges.
A phone listing for him could not immediately be located.
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