Professor At The California State University (Northridge) Is Charged With Urinating On The Door At A Coworker’s Workplace

January 28th, 2011 - 8:23 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

January 28, 2011 (Pen Men at Work): A 43-year-old Math professor, Tihomir Petrov, who is associated with the California State University (CSU) at Northridge, has been charged for allegedly urinating on a coworker’s door at the coworker’s workplace in the campus.

Prosecutors have charged Petrov with two misbehavior counts of urinating in a public site. Arraignment is listed to take place on Thursday in the Los Angeles County Superior Court located in San Fernando.

Investigators have remarked that a quarrel between Petrov and another math professor was the reason.

The Los Angeles Times has asserted that Petrov was seized by a videotape while discharging urine on the door of another lecturer’s workplace on the campus at the San Fernando Valley. The school’s bureaucrats had assembled the camera subsequent to unearthing lakes of what they supposed was urine at the professor’s door.

As per the powers that be, Petrov was supposedly recorded in early December on videotape while releasing urine on the door of another lecturer’s headquarters in Santa Susana Hall. As indicated by the websites at CSUN as well as U.C. Irvine, Petrov is a professor, who teaches algebraic geometry in conjunction with the algebraic k-theory.

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