A San Francisco water utility manager is in hot water (or maybe...lukewarm water?) after he was seen peeing into a reservoir that supplies millions with drinking water in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Public Utilities Commission employee Martin Sanchez, who reportedly makes over $100,000 a year, will likely face a week-long unpaid suspension for relieving himself in the Priest Reservoir last month, the Associated Press reported. The 674-million-gallon reservoir was emptied for maintenance at the time... but still. A spokesman for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission said Sanchez was caught after "several (!) anonymous complaints," (exclamation point ours), though officials said public health was not at risk, according to the report.