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article imagePhiladelphia police find bottles of urine in ice cream truck

By Owen Weldon     May 19, 2011 in Crime
Philadelphia - Suburban Philadelphia police stopped an ice cream truck driver that was suspected of drinking and driving. Police discovered a few bottles of urine, and one bottle was in the freezer where the treats were kept.
On Friday Yassir Hassan, 46, was visibly drunk when he was pulled over by police in Middletown Township, Bucks County. Police searched the vehicle, which was an ice cream truck, and they ended up finding boxes of wine. Police say they also found bottles of urine.
Lt. John Michniewicz, of Middle Township, said that police received a phone call from a passing motorist. The motorist told police that an ice cream truck was driving all over the road, according to the Washingtonpost.
According to Nydailynews, there was at least three bottles of urine in Hassan’s truck. Police also say that there was also no place for him to wash his hands in the truck.
Hassan’s truck was towed away, but people who work at the impound lot say that Hassan can legally reclaim his truck. However, officials say that they hope the truck is not on the road in the near future.
According to NBCPhiladelphia, Hassan was an ice cream truck driver working for the Jack and Jill Company. Police also found one bottle of urine in the freezer where the treats are stored.
Hassan was charged with drunk driving, and that is the only thing he is being charged with, as of now.
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