A Seattle police officer is being investigated for apparently urinating on a North Seattle building Tuesday night.
The video, which was posted to YouTube on Tuesday, shows a man backing a patrol car, idling it and walking near dumpsters to urinate. The man then disappears from the frame after looking at the camera.
The footage has been referred to the Office of Professional Accountability, which addressed complaints against officers.
A person is guilty of urinating in public if he or she intentionally urinates or defecates in a public place, other than a washroom or toilet room, under circumstances where such act could be observed by any member of the public, according to the Seattle Municipal Code.
The fine is $27. The fine for failing to clean your dog’s feces is $54.
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