A Lake Saint Louis man is charged with using a prosthetic penis to submit a urine sample to the Missouri Probation and Parole office in St. Charles on March 20.
A parole officer said he saw Sydney Levin, 34, using a Whizzinator, a fake penis device, to submit a fake urine sample during drug testing at the Probation and Parole office at 211 Compass Point Drive, according to a court document.
Levin, of the first block of Dauphine Way in Lake Saint Louis, was charged Thursday with possessing a forging instrument.
He previously pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and felony stealing in 2009.
Levin posted a $25,000 bond Friday and was released from St. Charles County jail.
For more crime information on St. Charles Patch, see the following articles:
- Of Mice and Men and Whizzinators: Weirdest Crime of 2012 in St. Charles