Urine attacker from Bratislava arrested

After catching fecal phantom Bratislava police also dealt with urine one.

(Source: Sme)

Police have arrested a man who is suspected of attacking women in Bratislava with urine, Bratislava regional police directorate spokesman Michal Szeiff told the TASR newswire on March 24.

“All necessary procedural steps are now being carried out,” said Szeiff, as quoted by TASR, declining to provide any further details in order to “ensure that the investigation is objective”.

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Private broadcaster TV Markíza earlier reported that the detained person is a 42-year old man identified only as Dušan from Bratislava. It was reported that he attacked at least four women with urine in Bratislava on March 20.

This person might not be the so-called Fecal Phantom II that police have been looking for involving attacks committed after the original Fecal Phantom was placed in custody.

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