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Police: Dudus had 'toddler moment'

marciadottin, marciadottin@nationnews.com

Added 28 June 2010

KINGSTON – Former Tivoli Gardens strongman Christopher “Dudus” Coke wet his trousers when he ran into a group of policemen who took him into custody while he travelled with religious leader Reverend Merrick “Al” Miller in St Catherine last Tuesday, one law enforcer told the Sunday Observer.Coke, 42, was travelling with Reverend Miller along the Mandela Highway when police intercepted the sports utility vehicle, allowed Miller to leave and took Coke initially to the Spanish Town Police Station and later to Up Park Camp, the army’s headquarters in Kingston.  “The man p... up himself when him see the police,” one member of the party which intercepted the vehicle told the paper on condition that his name was not mentioned.“Him just look so frighten with this wig and the woman glasses that you would never believe this was the same man who everybody say is bad and mighty,” he added.“He wasn’t sweating and the vehicle had the air condition on, so you could clearly see the impression on his pants that some wetting was going on when we took him out. Rain was in the area, but it wasn’t caused from that,” the policeman said.(Sunday Observer)


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