The Serial Toilet Clogger of Sheboygan, WI is going to jail for 150 days

Sheboyagan's Patrick D. Beeman has been sentenced to 150 days in the Huber program — which allows him to work days and return to his cell at night — as well as $5,500 in restitution payments and 100 hours of community service for a string of vandalism incidents in which he clogged public toilets with plastic water bottles. The toilets Beeman clogged had been supplied by a company where he was temping. Beeman, whom the court also banned from possessing or consuming alcohol or controlled substances, apologized for his behavior at his sentencing and vowed that he would "make things right and pray forgiveness every day." Beeman told police that "he gets urges to do odd things, like look for bottles in the garbage to plug toilets." (via Lowering the Bar)