Professor Accused of Urinating on Colleague's Door

A math professor at Cal State Northridge allegedly left his mark on another professor's door

By Taylor Friedman
|  Thursday, Jan 27, 2011  |  Updated 1:30 PM PDT
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Professor Accused of Urinating on Colleague's Door

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Safe Schools watchdog group shutdown by state due to budget crisis.

Urination plus a colleague's door equals trouble.

That's the hard lesson to take away from the case of a California State University-Northridge math professor, who allegedly urinated on a colleague's door on campus.

Tihomir Petrov, 43, was charged with two misdemeanor counts of urinating in a public place. His arraignment was scheduled for Thursday at the Los Angeles County Superior Court in San Fernando, according to the AP.

School officials' yellow flags went up when they saw what they suspected was urine outside another math professor's door. Petrov was rumored to be in dispute with his colleague, according to school officials.

They allegedly struck gold by capturing an incident on camera in early December.

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