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'Brother, can you spare some pee...?'

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Burnsville police arrested a man for soliciting at a transit center. But it's not what you think.

It seems the man would soon have to provide his probation officer with a urine sample. Knowing he would not pass the test, he apparently began to ask passersby for their urine, in hopes of pawning it off as his own.

How do you start that conversation?

Burnsville Patch wonders if the man should be considered Public Enemy Number One.

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