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Man Convicted of Ejaculating Into Co-Worker's Water Bottle

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A 32-year-old Fullerton man has been convicted of depositing his semen into the water bottle of a female co-worker on two separate occasions. According to KTLA, Michael Kevin Lallana said that he sought out the water bottle because "her lips had touched it."KTLA reports that:

Michael Kevin Lallana "felt that was as close as he could get" to the 29-year-old executive assistant, said Deputy District Attorney Brock Zimmon.

The woman, whose name remains anonymous but whose picture is on the KTLA website, left her water bottle sitting on her desk unattended. On both occasions, she drank from the bottle after Lallana put his semen in it, and felt sick. The second time, she sent the water bottle to the lab, where it was confirmed to have semen in it that was later identified as belonging to Lallana.

He now faces a maximum of one year in prison and a mandatory sex offender registration.