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Stupid Case File for September 18, 2005

Clerk Charged With Urinating in Soda

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A convenience store clerk was charged Thursday with felony tampering after allegedly urinating in a bottle of soda that was later drunk by a customer who became violently sick.

Anthony Mesa, 21, was being held by Volusia County officials on $1,500 bond for the first-degree felony charge of tampering with a consumer product, sheriff's officials said.

Deputies also filed a criminal complaint against a second clerk who worked at the Pix Convenience Store in Deltona. Detectives believe 20-year-old William Bonilla coaxed Mesa into the prank last week.

The State Attorney's Office will decide whether any criminal charges will be filed against Bonilla.

Neither Mesa nor Bonilla had telephone listings and couldn't be reached for comment. It was unknown if Mesa had retained an attorney.

The victim, a foreman with a Daytona Beach construction company, became suspicious of the drink after he chugged it and vomited three or four times. The customer, referred to as "LT" in the arrest affidavit, was being tested for diseases such as Hepatitis C and gonorrhea, according to his attorney.


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