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The trooper who arrested Sweany told him that two people made complaints about his driving, including one caller who saw Sweany get out of his car and urinate outside a store near the highway, according to the dash cam footage.
The driver was urinating in the middle of the road.
Some of those not penalized, included the Giants’ Odell Beckham pretending to be a dog, then urinating in the end zone of Lincoln Financial Field drawing a rebuke from Fox play-by-play announcer Joe Buck.
Jami Cantor claims Sapp once entered a bathroom that Cantor was using to prepare clothes for on-air appearance and urinated in front of her.
Methadone has many of the same side effects as other opioids, including weakness, headache, nausea and vomiting, stomach pain, sweating, difficulty urinating, mood changes and vision problems, and difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
When his brother John had pain while urinating because of kidney stones, Franklin invented a flexible bladder catheter to help him and other sufferers.
American military officials quickly apologized, and so far the reaction has been less severe than that following the NATO burning of Qurans in 2012, or the video of American Marines urinating on dead Taliban fighters the same year.
Patients often have difficulty urinating while standing.
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