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Bizarre crimes from Charlotte police files

THE PEE-PEE BANDIT: A 28-year-old woman said her boyfriend became violent and hit the wall in her apartment, causing a large hole. The man then went into her bedroom, jumped on her bed, pulled down his pants and urinated all over her bedspread.

ATTACK OF THE PINK PANTHER: A 26-year-old woman said someone painted all the bricks on her home pink. She tried to remove the paint, but it wouldn't come off. She said she has no idea who could be responsible.

ROAD RAGIN': A 26-year-old woman was merging onto I-485 when she cut off a man driving a white pickup. She said the man followed her all the way down I-485 until she got to the intersection of McMullen Creek Parkway and Johnston Road. She said the man got out of the truck and assaulted her.

UNTRUSTWORTHY RELATIVES: A 23-year-old woman said her brother stole her food stamp card and refused to give it back. She said he also had a key to her house and he wouldn't return that either.

FRIEND OR FOE: A 26-year-old woman said her friend filed her taxes for her as a favor. She said the tax return money, which amounted to $7,524, was supposed to be sent to her home, but the check never came. Her friend had the money deposited into her own checking account.

SAVED BY A BOTTLE OF BUD: A 29-year-old woman said she got in an argument with a man she didn't know at a car repair shop off of Commercial Avenue. She said the man pulled out a knife. She said he stabbed her several times. She was able to prevent him from injuring her further when she grabbed a beer bottle and starting hitting him. The man then fled and the woman called police. She was taken to Carolina Medical Center.

Blotter items are chosen from the files of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.

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