I really hate to get all riled up on the evening before my new baby enters this world, but it would seem there is another King's College student begging to receive my coveted award.
Meet Nathan Strawn.
He thought it would be cool to piss all over the Nativity on display on Public Square in Wilkes-Barre.
I hope Kings has the balls to boot this punk-ass right out of school. But I'm not holding my breath.
Here's the story from WBRE TV.
WILKES-BARRE, LUZERNE COUNTY -- After a holiday season of controversy surrounding one nativity scene in the city, another has been desecrated.
The nativity scene on Public Square is already missing baby Jesus and a wise man. Now, police say a college student urinated on the display, adding insult to injury.
Police say 22-year-old Nathan Strawn, a King's College student, is responsible. It happened just before 2:00 A.M. Sunday. "Actually, I think it's kind of embarrassing for the community and the college," said Anna DelleCave of Wilkes-Barre.
She says she spent years working at a restaurant and bar frequented by King's College and Wilkes University students who would party into the early morning hours, but she says this is too much. "It's not acceptable. It's going a little too far," she added.
"I think it's an isolated incident," said Wilkes-Barre Mayor Tom Leighton. "While I'm disappointed, I think our relationship will continue in a positive way, and I wouldn't want this to have a bad reflection on our partnership with the schools."
A King's College spokesperson tells Eyewitness News when students break the law, they not only face the legal ramifications, but they can also face student disciplinary hearings on campus.
"I don't think there should be punishment, but I definitely think there should be a public apology, because it's disrespectful," added DelleCave.
Mayor Leighton says when it comes to local college students respecting the city, he believes this incident is the exception, not the rule. He says it's especially unfortunate, because the nativity scene was already set to come down this coming week.
Strawn faces several charges, including indecent exposure, public drunkenness and desecration of venerated objects.
The following is a statement received from the Public Relations Office of King's College:
"King's College, through the Dean of Students Office, reviews student behavior that takes place on and off campus. Such behavior that is described in the report not only is a criminal violation of the law but is an affront to the mission of King's College and a violation of the Student Code of Conduct. Such behavior will be addressed swiftly by the Student Affairs Office in a manner that is fitting the seriousness of the offense to the College and Wilkes-Barre community."
If you would like to let this fellow know what you think of him, he may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org