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It Wasn't Vomit, Student Says

Says condoms were filled with something else



    It Wasn't Vomit, Student Says
    Wing Bowl 17 eater Frank "Frank De Fraud" Farrell of Washington Township N.J. vomits during the eating contest at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, Friday, Jan. 30, 2009. John "Super Squibb" Squibb downed 203 chicken wings in the allotted time to win the 17th annual Wing Bowl eating contest, held every year the Friday before the Super Bowl. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

    The North Central college student who allegedly threw vomit-filled condoms at a campus security officer has said the condoms were actually filled with something else.

    The incident in question occurred in the early hours of May 28, when Sgt. Gregg Bell responded to a call from a female student requesting an escort back to campus. When Bell didn’t see the woman, he got out of his car and was struck by at least two condoms.

    Director of PR and media relations at North Central College Ted Slowik says the incident is still under investigation.

    "It was never really established what the 'foul-smelling' liquid was," he said. "It might have been vomit, urine... we trust the student's word, but we never said, and the police never said, that it was vomit."

    Slowick says North Central's student code of conduct doesn't specify potential consequences, and the outcome of the incident is up for discussion of the school's disciplinary board.

    The 19-year-old freshman was previously charged with consumption of alcohol by a minor in October, 2009.

    Wilfley is now charged with battery and disorderly conduct and will face his court date July 6. He will also undergo a disciplinary hearing from North Central at a date to be determined.

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