(Scroll down for video) A man from Chicago, Illinois, was arrested after being caught fighting in a bar.
The man was booked into jail and locked up in a cell.
23-year-old Gregg Greaves, was angry about his arrest. He decided to use the only ‘weapon’ available to him in the jail cell. He defecated in his hands and threw his feces at police officers.
Greaves was initially arrested after he allegedly attacked a man with a broken beer bottle.
According to Chicago Police, Greaves was at Red Ivy Bar in Wrigleyville, when he jumped out from behind a bathroom stall and attacked the man with the broken beer bottle.
The victim suffered deep cuts to his neck, chin and hands. A witness, who was also in the bathroom at the time, grabbed Greaves and held him down until police arrived at the scene. The 25-year-old victim was rushed to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, where he was treated.
While officers were trying to process Greaves in a holding cell, he allegedly yelled obscenities at the officers and refused to wear pants. Greaves then defecated in his hands and threw his feces at the officers.
Greaves was charged with felony assault causing great bodily injury. So far, no charges have been added for assaulting the police officers with his feces.
Judge Edward Harmening ordered Greaves held on $500,000 bail. Outside the courthouse, Greaves’ defense attorney, Kevin McCubbin, said: "All I've got to tell you is that there is two sides to it. We will fight this.”
Greaves is originally from Indiana, but currently lives in Chicago. Greaves has a degree in industrial engineering and is employed. “Greaves has never been arrested before,” McCubbin added.