By Snejana Farberov For Dailymail. Two Honolulu police officers have been arrested for allegedly forcing a homeless man lick a urinal. Officers John Rabago and Reginald Ramones, both aged 43, were indicted Friday on federal charges of depriving a man of his civil rights. A police report says that the two officers were responding to a trespassing complaint at a public restroom in Honolulu, in January , when they found Samuel Ingall, a 37 year old homeless man. Ingall was known to the police because of his long arrest record. Prosecutors say the cops forced Ingall to then lick the urinal.
‘Corona challenge’: TikTok star films herself licking airplane toilet seat
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This summer, going to the toilet in the Belgian city of Ghent counts as scientific research. The Uridis treatment system by Hydrohm, a company formed by researchers at Ghent University, turns urine carefully collected in these special toilets into flush water and fertiliser. A Place to Pee is just the latest project to look at the untapped potential of wee and the need to rethink the toilet. This year alone, there have been reports of researcher Chen Wei-Shan of the University of Wageningen in the Netherlands using wood compost and urine to heat buildings. Scientists in Durban, South Africa, the international capital of urine recycling are making bricks out of urine.
Ex-officer in Hawaii sentenced for making man lick urinal
CNN A former Honolulu police officer was sentenced to four years in prison Wednesday for forcing a homeless man to lick a public urinal, court documents show. A judge sentenced John Rabago, a former Honolulu police officer, to four years in prison for charges including conspiring to deprive a person of civil rights. John Rabago, 44, was charged with one count of conspiring to deprive a person of his civil rights and one count of acting under color of law to deprive the same individual of his civil rights.
A wannabe internet influencer takes the "Coronavirus Challenge" by licking a public toilet. With the deadly coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe, we can all hope that this internet user-participation craze proves to be the first one that definitively falls flat. Licking toilets now!! And fools rushed in. Images popped up on TikTok of people licking car-door handles and London subway handlebars.