Laughter erupted in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court after a man told the court that he was not urinating on the street but was hiding his money inside his brief.
Constantine Savage was arrested and charged with littering after he was reportedly caught urinating on a street in downtown Kingston.
But on Monday when he appeared in Court, Savage pleaded not guilty to the charge, saying, “I was not urinating; I was putting my money in my brief, that is what happened”.
“Keeping it safe and warm,” Magistrate Judith Pusey uttered amidst laughter from the court.
Savage’s bail was then extended for him to return to court for trial on June 2.