Skip to comments.Man Arrested For Sprinkling Fecal Matter On Pastries
Posted on 10/26/2005 9:31:26 AM PDT by LibWhacker
A Dallas cab driver is in big trouble for getting caught on tape sprinkling dried feces on pastries.
49-year-old Behrouz Nahidmobarekeh is on trial for allegedly throwing fecal matter on pastries at a Fiesta grocery store.
Police said they found a pile of human feces by his bed.
He would dry it, either by microwave or just letting it sit out and grate it up with a cheese grater and then sprinkle it at the store, officials said.
Neither attorneys in the case is clear about a motive or why the defendant would resort to something so repulsive.
Prosecutors will show a surveillance videotape of the defendant, which shows him sprinkling a substance on the food.
The FBI arrested Nahidmobarekeh but turned the case over to local prosecutors after they determined it was not a national security issue.
Wow! Just ICK!
Yikes, that's just sick!
"Honey, those pastries you got really taste like S***!"
Beware of Sprinkles bump.
yummie, shart sprinkles
EEEWEWWWWW.....I was once in a salad bar in NYC and a homeless man started spitting on everything. Nobody did anything, I'm not kidding...I finally yelled..."ISN'T ANYBODY GOING TO DO ANYTHING???? Finally a manager came...
What the heck is a Behrouz Nahidmobarekeh?
Ok, how did you not get this first? :)
Is this a cowboy name?
Maybe it was an attempt at biowarfare? Yuck.
Maybe his schoolmates made fun of him when he was a little boy, because his name is Behrouz Nahidmobarekeh.
And that doesn't even get into his MIDDLE name.
SURE! Let's import even MORE of these sickos!!!
Watch your pastries! :)
if he tried this with meat, you could call it a "stinkburger"!
This boy sounds like he's a few sprinkles short of a cupcake. Ugh.
I think I'm going to be sick.
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