Cops Release Surveillance Footage of Occupy Wall Street Poop Pouring Protest [Video]

A protester allegedly pouring human waste inside a Chase bank. (Photo: NYPD)

The NYPD Deputy Commissioner for Public Information released a surveillance video showing several people the department identified as Occupy Wall Street protesters allegedly pouring “large quantities of human urine and feces” at two locations in Lower Manhattan on March 14. Police say the security camera footage captured the protesters dumping the putrid cocktail in a plaza on the corner of Nassau Street and Ceder Street. Twenty minutes later, cops said one of the protesters dumped more refuse inside a Chase bank branch on Water Street. One person was arrested in conjunction with the potty protest.

Police say a witness provided the license plate of the van used in both poop pouring incidents and it was registered to a 25-year-old Philadelphia man named Jordan Brooks Amos. Mr. Amos was subsequently arrested March 16 on Wall Street and charged with Unlawful Possession of Noxious Matter and Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of Motor Vehicle. Police say they also found a stun gun inside his van.

An NYPD spokesperson told The Politicker they did not know from where the feces or urine came from. If you have a strong stomach, feel free to watch the video of the alleged piss and poop pouring below.

[Additional Reporting By, Daniel Edward Rosen]

Cops Release Surveillance Footage of Occupy Wall Street Poop Pouring Protest [Video]