OCALA, Fla., Feb. 9 (UPI) -- A Florida man who used a Whizzinator -- a device designed to produce clean urine for drug tests -- fled when he got caught, police said.
Andrew Scott Skinner, 28, showed up for a drug test at a parole office in Ocala, Fla., the Ocala Star-Banner reported Thursday. When his parole officer noticed something amiss in Skinner's pants he told the parolee to remove the device.
Skinner did, but fled the officer before he could be detained.
Police said Skinner is on probation until September 2017 for drug and theft charges. He was most recently let out of prison in September 2012.
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