A man in Scotland has been ordered to perform 75 hours of community service after intentionally passing gas as police officers conducted a body cavity search.
Police responding to a vehicle collision on the Lang Stracht in Aberdeen noticed 28-year-old Stuart Cook, speaking to the driver of another car. After observing a strong marijuana odor emanating from Cook, officers searched him and his vehicle, finding a "small amount of cannabis," according to the Evening Express.
Police handcuffed Cook, who immediately began to scream and act aggressively, He was brought to the police station in Kittybrewster where he was booked and strip-searched. During the procedure, officers claim, Cook passed wind intentionally multiple times.
"Cook...deliberately farted in the direction of the officer three times, stating, 'How do you like that?'" reported prosecutor Lucy Simpson.
Mr. Cook was convicted of farting on police three times during a strip search.
Cook pled guilty to possession of cannabis and to behaving in a threatening or abusive manner. He was admonished without penalty for the drug charge.