SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — An Orange County man has been convicted of ejaculating twice into the water bottle of a female co-worker.
A jury on Thursday found 31-year-old Michael Kevin Lallana guilty of two misdemeanor counts of battery, and that he committed the crime for sexual gratification. The Fullerton man faces up to a year in jail, and will have to register as a sex offender when he is sentenced April 22.
Prosecutors say Lallana deposited his semen last Jan. 14 and April 9 in the water bottle of the co-worker at Northwestern Mutual Mortgage Co. The first time, she threw the bottle away after tasting the water and realizing it was contaminated. The second time, she was suspicious of the taste in the water and sent it to a lab for testing.
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