Friday, July 15, 2011

UPDATE: Female Rugby Fan Who Pissed In Her Seat Gets Busted

AUSTRALIA - The long arm of the law has caught up with a woman over a very public pee at the State of Origin rugby league decider. Footy fans used mobile phone cameras to film a woman pulling down her pants and urinating on her seat during last week's match at Suncorp Stadium. The footage was posted on YouTube and attracted thousands of viewers. Police today said they'd charged a 44-year-old Petrie woman with urinating in a public place. She's due to face the Brisbane Magistrates Court on July 28. Stadium managers were able to identify the seat number from CCTV camera footage, allowing police to track her down. The clip, posted to and taken off YouTube last Thursday, showed her listening to post-match speeches high in the stands. It drew howls of protest, disgust and laughter from the online community, with Twitter users coining the hashtag #pissgate. A Queensland Police Service spokeswoman last week told The Courier-Mail the case was unusual. "Those type of offences are (usually) the sort of thing we'd give some a ticket for at the time. It's a bit of an unusual one." After being removed from YouTube, it resurfaced on (ironically) LiveLeak and other websites. YouTube posted the reason for its removal. "This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy on shocking and disgusting content," it said.

YouTube has no balls and no sense of humor.  Here at the Speakeasy, our standards are completely different.  If it's hilarious, it's gettin' posted.  And this clip is fuckin' hilarious.  End of story.  Bang.  Done.  Pay attention!