Man hoarded 300 gallons of his own urine

Man hoarded 300 gallons of his own urine

Police are trying to figure out exactly how to handle one man’s truly wasteful collection after 300 gallons of bottled urine were discovered inside a residential home.

According to the News-Times, Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection(DEEP) spokesman Dennis Schain said authorities found “200 to 300 one-gallon plastic jugs filled with human urine” during a search of the man’s home in Watertown, Connecticut.

Police have declined to publicly release the man’s name, as he has not yet been formally charged with a crime.

“An environmental contractor … was brought into help deal with this under our supervision,” Schain told the paper, saying DEEP authorities were called in to assess what he described as a home “in a state of disrepair.”

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