Man Allegedly Urinated On Women’s Chairs

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WEST DES MOINES (UPI) — Police in Iowa said a man accused of urinating on the office chairs of female coworkers turned himself in to authorities.

The West Des Moines Police Department said Raymond Charles Foley, 59, who was caught on camera urinating on office chairs belonging to four female coworkers at the Farm Bureau, surrendered Saturday and was charged with second-degree criminal mischief, The Des Moines (Iowa) Register reported.

Farm Bureau officials, who fired Foley when police were informed March 26, said they installed cameras in February after workers started complaining about stains on their chairs in October of last year.

The officials said the security camera video caught Foley going to the desks of female coworkers during off-hours and urinating on their chairs.

Police said the estimated the value of the damaged chairs at $4,500.

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