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London police are investigating a bizarre incident of public urination that ended in a car accident last week.

According to LPS, officers initially responded to a report of a man being struck by a car in the city's east end on July 30.

However, after arriving, police discovered that the incident was the result of "a neighbour urinating on another neighbour's front lawn."

"The homeowner responded by getting into his vehicle and purposefully striking the male with his vehicle. This caused the victim to be thrown a number of meters and sustain a gash to the back of his head," an excerpt from the report reads.

The suspect, 38-year-old Sandyar Horamani, has been charged with dangerous operation cause bodily harm.

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