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Man Arrested for Allegedly Shooting Woman in Face with Urine

Joel Benjamin Arrested
Man Arrested for Allegedly Shooting Woman in Face with Urine

Man Arrested for Allegedly Shooting Woman in Face with Urine

An elderly man who squirted a woman with urine while she was walking her dog was arrested in Florida over the weekend — and he’s not sorry.

Gulfport police reportedly picked up Joel Benjamin, 71, on Saturday after he used a squirt gun to soak a 50-year-old woman passing by his house.

“The def approached the victim and pulled out a water gun containing his own urine,” according to an affidavit obtained by the Smoking Gun. “(He) then squirted the victim with his own urine several times.”

According to the report, an unrepentant Benjamin told police he would “do it again.”

The Smoking Gun quotes a source saying Benjamin may have been upset about dogs urinating in front of his house.

The accused shooter was charged with misdemeanor battery, held by police for 18 hours and released on $500 bond.

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