(Scroll down for video) A New Jersey man was arrested after he was caught wearing fake private parts with urine inside in order to cheat his urine test.
32-year-old James Canning tried to pass a drug test with someone else’s urine, according to a police report by Officer Anthony O'Brien.
Canning met with probation officer Joseph Crucilla, where he was supposed to submit a urine test to see if he was doing drugs.
When Canning handed in the urine, the probation officer realized that the temperature was unusually low for fresh urine. Probation Officer Crucilla then called police to investigate.
According to the police report, Canning admitted to using a device called a Whizzinator to pass the test. Officer O'Brien saw Canning remove the device, which contained a plastic compartment, where someone else’s urine was stored.
The Whizzinator is attached to the body, once the desired urine is added to the bag. The device has an on and off switch so that when the person is ready for the urine test he just turns the switch on and the urine flows.
The Whizzinator also has a heating pad to keep the urine warm, somehow it did not work for Canning.
Police took the device as evidence against Canning. Canning was arrested and charged with defrauding a drug test. He was released on $2,500 bail.
According to the report, there are many devices on the market especially designed for drug users to pass drug tests with someone else’s urine.
The cheating drug test devices are a $60 million industry. In most states there is no law against using these devices. People use it to pass drug tests at their jobs and for court ordered drug tests.