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SPD
Police say this man took a leak in Belltown and then attacked a group of people walking by.
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Police Search for Man in White Sox Jersey and Darth Vader Shirt Accused of Public Urination and Belltown Attack

Public Urinator Mug.jpg
SPD
Police say this man took a leak in Belltown and then attacked a group of people walking by.
When you've got to go, you've got to go. But when you're drunk and pissing on a Belltown apartment building, and a group of building residents asks you to knock it off, you don't have to accost them. Unfortunately, that's exactly what Seattle Police say a man in a Chicago White Sox jersey and a Darth Vader t-shirt did on the night of July 4.

According to police, at approximately 11:15 p.m. on July 4 a group of men and women were walking down Blanchard Street toward Second Avenue when they encountered the previously described (and apparently intoxicated) pisser doing his business on the building they call home. When a woman in the group asked the man to stop, he waved the group away and continued urinating.

SPD's Jonah Spangenthal-Lee reports on the agency's Blotter blog (using the word uncouth twice!) that as the group passed by the man "he stopped peeing long enough to get in their faces and insult them."

And then ...

The man lunged at the group, shoved three group members and slapped one woman in the face, also leaving a cut on her neck.

When one man in the group tried to get in between the suspect and the woman, the suspect punched him several times.

The suspect then struggled with the man and eventually walked off.

As mentioned, when you've got to go, you've got to go. But you don't have to be a douchebag.

Police describe the wanted public pisser as between 30 and 45 years old, 5'10, and 190 pounds. At the time of the bizarre incident authorities say the man was wearing a black Chicago White Sox jersey over a shirt with a picture of Darth Vader on it ... you know, because he's awesome.

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Police urge anyone who recognizes the man (pictured above) to call the Seattle Police Department's tip line at 206-233-5000.

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