In Orange County, 31-year-old Michael Kevin Lallana, who worked for Northwestern Mutual Investment Services, is accused of putting semen in a female co-worker's water bottle -- which she later drank from:
The first incident allegedly occurred Jan. 14 when Lallana and the woman worked in the company's Newport Beach office. On that day, he left a semen-laced bottle of water on the victim's desk, and when she returned later, she drank from it. She fell ill and threw the bottle away, prosecutors said.Lallana has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of releasing an offensive material in a public place and assault on two separate occasions. Yeah, "offensive material" is right. If convicted, he faces up to three years in prison with mandatory sex-offender registration.
Three months later, prosecutors claim, Lallana repeated the act at the Northwestern office in Orange, where the two had been transferred. The woman, whose identity was withheld by prosecutors, again felt ill. Suspicious of the water's contents, she sent it to a lab for analysis. In June, the private lab warned the woman that the bottle contained semen.
She reported the incidents to the Orange Police Department and investigators later obtained Lallana's DNA, which matched that found in the water bottle.
And this guy didn't do it just once, but twice! Freak. More here: Meet the Finance Exec Who Allegedly Put Semen in His Co-Worker's Water Bottle.