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Connecticut man Caught With 300 Gallons of Urine

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Well this is awkward. I wonder if he is a fan of the show “Hoarders”? According to the Danbury News Times, authorities are seeking to determine whether criminal charges should be brought against a Newtown man they say stored as much as 300 gallons of human urine in his home. 

Keep in mind, the average human produces about six cups of the yellow everyday.

I mean really, what are the charges going to be, ‘Your under arrest for being a weirdo’? Really? Urine – of all the things to collect. I think its time for a new hobby.

The urine was sent to be treated at a sewage-treatment plant, by the way.

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