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Obama's Secret Service agent seen urinating in public view?

Tuesday September 18, 2012 08:20:05 PM, IANS

London: A US Secret Service agent in charge of protecting President Barack Obama was photographed "urinating" in full view of the public, but officials said there was no accuracy in the report, a British daily said.

According to the Daily Mail, the Secret Service agent was standing to the side of the stage where Obama was addressing his fans in Cincinnati in Ohio state. The man's action was clicked by a photographer from the Politico network.

As soon as the photograph was posted on Twitter, the Secret Service confirmed that the man was their agent, but added that he was not urinating.

The agency claimed its agent was simply following protocol and was facing away from the president to look out for any threats that may be headed his way.

"There is no accuracy to the reporting associated with this photo thus far," Secret Service spokesman Edwin Donovan was quoted as saying.





 





 


 


 



 

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