Man Arrested For Pissing All Over Video Games In US Target Store

Man Arrested For Pissing All Over Video Games In Target Store

Last week, Anel Mujkanovic walked into a Target store in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He then "took a handicap electric cart and drove around the store coming to a stop in the electronics aisle. After removing one set of urine soaked pants he exposed himself and began to urinate on video games and accessories."

OK.

Man Arrested For Pissing All Over Video Games In Target Store

CCTV footage published by the Wilkes-Barre Township Police Department.

Having originally fled the scene, Wilkes-Barre Police say (via Gamespot) that a day later Mujkanovic, 25, turned himself in, when he was charged with "open lewdness, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct".

Our thoughts go out to the affected games and their families. And whoever was working the games counter at the time, thinking "what's the worst that could happen today?"


Comments

    Oh no, a Sim has escaped into the real World and is confused and panicking everywhere

    Should be glad he was only channeling that part of Postal?

    Target removes all copies of Splatoon from sale.

    Drunk guy: I really need to wee! You understand me?
    Target employee: Huh?
    Guy: A WEE!
    Target employee: Ah, I get you now! Second aisle on the left, next to the PlayStations.

      Lucky he didn't say a Wii U or that employee might have had to go home and change.

    This is why more and more people are buying their games as digital downloads these days.

      Now I'm really curious about what happened to that stock. Did they dispose of it as biowaste, and if so, did some desperate, unemployed teens gather at the bins (on a tip from an employee) to loot the soiled goods?

        I reckon they got "destroyed" and perhaps got refunded accordingly.
        Who knows how America handles that kind of thing.

        Just wait for it to dry out then put it in the bargain bin for $5 a pop with the vague-sounding "shop-soiled stock" sign on it. Or just sell it as full price through their online shopping site.

        Last edited 11/01/16 3:12 pm

        Perhaps the employee did a Dick Smith and nabbed all the soiled goods himself then flogged them on eBay for a profit?

    That's actually a pretty inventive way to comment on the state of the gaming industry at the moment!kudos

      You're right! This is obviously some kind of protest performance art.

      Somebody give the guy a government grant!

    If it was EB Games they probably would have just wiped it down and put it back on the shelf as new

      Wiped it down? You obviously have a higher opinion of EB than I do :P

    Another day, another games industry leak.

    Yet another person pissed off with poor customer service in the games section.

    And when EA does it, they just profit instead of get arrested.

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