Professor Charged With Urinating on Colleague’s Office Door

NORTHRIDGE, Calif. — A math professor from California State University, Northridge, has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of urinating in a public place after he relieved himself on the door of another professor’s office.

University officials had installed a camera outside the office after puddles of urine were discovered near the door, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Tihomir Petrov, 43, was captured on videotape urinating on the door.

Investigators say the incident was in response to a dispute between the two professors.

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