PALM COAST, Fla. (AP) — Deputies say a disgruntled north Florida customer urinated in a drive-through bank tube after a teller told him he couldn't buy a money order.
The urine spilled into the lap of the unlucky customer who pulled in behind him Thursday morning.
The St. Augustine Record reports the man mumbled something about bad customer service before driving away.
Flagler County Sheriff's deputies say the next customer alerted bank officials after the liquid spilled on her. The customer and bank officials told deputies the liquid smelled like urine.
Investigators are searching for the man. He could be charged with causing a nuisance injurious to health, which is a second-degree misdemeanor.
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