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    Morris County, NJ. One of the wealthiest places on earth. Home to Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown, and many other celebrities. Pretty nice place. Normal. Calm. Serene. Upscale. Right? Not on your life.

    Man Charged After Defecating in Diaper




    By Associated Press

    February 25, 2004, 5:42 PM EST

    PEQUANNOCK, N.J. -- A Paterson man faces child endangerment charges after allegedly showing up at a Roman Catholic school clad in a diaper and pink stretch pants.

    William Rhode III, 53, was wearing an orange jumpsuit and handcuffs when he appeared Tuesday in Superior Court in Morristown. Judge Salem Vincent Ahto wanted to make sure Rhode understood the charge lodged against him.

    Rhode nodded his head when the judge asked if he understood the charge. Ahto then ordered him returned to Morris County jail in lieu of $75,000 bail.

    Rhode is scheduled to undergo a psychiatric evaluation on March 12.

    Police said he showed up at Holy Spirit School at dismissal on Feb. 13 seeking a job application. When his request was denied, he defecated in the diaper and fled on foot, police said.

    Lincoln Park police arrested him a short time later near a supermarket.
    Copyright 2004, The Associated Press

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    Home to Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown,
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    Wow...He must not have been "highly qualified".
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    Hey George,

    The headline says "Man Charged After Defecating in Diaper".

    I guess showing up to apply for a school job "clad in a diaper and pink stretch pants" is considered OK up there?


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    Originally posted by EFD840
    The headline says "Man Charged After Defecating in Diaper".
    Isn't that what a diaper is for? Is the state of New Jersey going to outlaw the sale of Pampers and Depends?

    The pink stretch pants... well that's best left for the fashion police (or at least the Fab 5).
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    Isn't that what a diaper is for?
    I wondered about that too, but I just didn't have the courage to ask!

    Since someone's brought the dirty diaper issue up, who checked and found out he needed changing?

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    Originally posted by IACOJRev
    The pink stretch pants... well that's best left for the fashion police (or at least the Fab 5).
    not to get off topic but when you said the fab 5 it reminded me of the new show on comedy central called Straight Plan For The Gay Man.


    Each week, our "Flab Four" comics makeover a new gay friend and give him a crash course on the secrets of straight male life -- like hitting on chicks, playing basketball or working a blue-collar job. Can they do it?





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    Just when you thought it couldn't get any better...
    Man who visited school in diaper remains in jail

    Judge leaves bail set at $75,000 for suspect in trespassing case

    By Peggy Wright, Daily Record

    Bail will remain at $75,000 for a 53-year-old man accused of trespass and endangering the welfare of children when he asked about job prospects at a day-care center and elementary school while wearing a soiled diaper under pink tights, authorities said Friday.

    William Rhode III -- who has a child endangerment conviction from the early 1990s and was released from state prison Jan. 5 after a six-month stint for a harassment conviction -- was charged Feb. 12 with criminal trespass at a day-care center in Jefferson and endangering the welfare of children at a Catholic elementary school in Pequannock.

    Superior Court Judge Catherine Langlois, sitting in Morristown, reviewed Rhode's bail for a potential reduction Friday and agreed with Morris County Assistant Prosecutor Catherine Broderick that it should remain at $75,000 for now. But the judge told defense lawyer Michael Fletcher that he raised "significant legal questions" when he argued that he does not see how children were endangered simply by their possible glimpses of Rhode's unusual attire.

    Fletcher had unsuccessfully asked the judge to release Rhode into his own custody. A widower, Rhode moved into a homeless shelter in Paterson after his release from prison but also bought a used vehicle and has at least $6,000 in a bank account, authorities said. Fletcher said he now expects to file a motion arguing that Rhode's alleged conduct -- by visiting the center and school to apply for a job while dressed oddly -- does not equate to a crime. Rhode was wearing pink tights over a soiled diaper, and some kind of top.

    Rhode has voluntarily agreed to undergo a psychiatric evaluation that he scheduled for mid-March, Fletcher said. He said after the hearing that Rhode wears a diaper because he is incontinent. Without saying a word, Rhode watched the bail review via a video-camera link between Langlois' courtroom and the county jail.

    Broderick told the judge that Rhode started his day on Feb. 12 by going to a day-care center in Hardyston Township in Sussex County to apply for a job, where, in his pink tights and diaper, he was turned away. He showed up at a day-care center in Jefferson, then visited two children's centers in Lincoln Park before stopping in Pequannock, where school employees called police. Complaints have not been signed against him in Hardyston and Lincoln Park.

    Rhode was located by police near the Shop-Rite in Lincoln Park, and Broderick said that copies of criminal statutes pertaining to lewdness and sexual contact were found in his vehicle. She said he also has several prior convictions for lewdness and harassment incidents that occurred when he was wearing a diaper.

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    Arrow Speaking of diapers...........

    Police find load in diapers...

    EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) - A father fighting drug charges is
    challenging a state trooper's decision to change his son's
    apparently soiled diaper - an action that instead revealed a bag of
    crack cocaine stuffed inside.
    The father contends the diaper change and a search of a car that
    preceded it were conducted without probable cause, violating his
    Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable search and
    seizure, a court document said.
    The five ounces of cocaine, which authorities estimated to be
    worth $140,000 on the street, and some marijuana found during the
    search, should be inadmissable as evidence, the father's attorney
    contended in a motion filed last week.
    U.S. District Judge Richard Young is expected to issue a ruling
    on the motion as the case against Walter H. Martin goes to trial
    next week.
    Trooper Douglas Humphrey discovered the drugs last June after
    stopping the rental car Martin was driving for speeding on U.S. 41
    in Gibson County, north of Evansville, court documents say.
    Martin, 30, of Vincennes, was in the car with his 32-year-old
    wife, Tawana Fairley, and two children, aged 8 years and 18 months.
    Humphrey found out Martin was a suspect in a drug investigation.
    A search by a drug-detection dog led Fairley to admit she had two
    small bags of marijuana in her socks, court documents said. Police
    said they also found a loaded revolver.
    According to court records, when Humphrey lifted the
    18-month-old up from the car, he noticed "a large load" in the
    baby's diaper. The trooper then found the cocaine inside.
    Prosecutors later filed drug charges against Martin and Fairley,
    including a charge of possession of cocaine with intent to
    distribute.
    Fairley pleaded guilty to a lesser charge in the fall.
    Martin's attorney, John Goodridge, filed the motion to suppress
    the diaper evidence, Fairley's testimony and any other evidence
    gathered after the traffic stop.

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    That's it!! It's time regulate and license those who sell, install, repair and replace, use, and dispose of Diapers. Time to clamp down on those who would poop on the diaper industry.
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