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For some, balcony urination was Provo dance party’s ruination

First Published Sep 24 2012 12:56 pm • Last Updated Sep 24 2012 01:49 pm

For some revelers at a downtown Provo bar, it was a decidedly wet and unpleasant final dance.

Provo police Sgt. Brandon Post said officers were called to the Madison Night Club, 295 W. Center St., about 1:30 a.m. Sunday after an intoxicated man allegedly urinated onto dancers from above.

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"The male [allegedly] stood on the balcony, exposed himself, and then urinated onto a crowd of people who were on the dance floor below him. Madison security personnel immediately escorted the male outside where he was interviewed by Provo police," Post said.

The 20-year-old man was arrested and cited with unlawful use of proof of age, unlawful consumption by minor, lewdness, and providing false information to law enforcement officers.


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