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Actor Jason London Took a Dump Inside a Scottsdale Cop Car, Said He's "Happy as Sh*t"

Actor Jason London best known -- and perhaps only known -- for his role as Randall 'Pink' Floyd in the movie Dazed and Confused, took a shit in a Scottsdale police car Sunday night.

According to a Scottsdale Police Department report, this was only after London sneezed in a man's face at the Martini Ranch bar, and after that guy got upset, London punched him in the face.

Security at the bar told police that they had to "defend themselves" from London as they removed him from the bar, and he got a bit rowdy with firefighters, paramedics, and cops as they tried to treat his injuries, according to the report.

When London was asked for his side of the story, he called the cop a "fucking hillbilly," and said the cops couldn't do anything for him.

The man who got sneezed on said he was sure London had done it intentionally, and said he got punched after asking London to apologize.

London was arrested on charges of assault and disorderly conduct shortly after midnight.

He then had some, um, choice words for the officer who was escorting him down the street to the jail.

"Guess what, faggot? I fucking love this! I fucking own you guys so hard," London told the officer, according to the report. "I'm rich and I'm a motherfucking famous actor! Fucking look me up, bitch!"

The officer says he didn't respond anything, but London continued talking, saying, "It smells like shit in your car and your breath smells like diarrhea."

The officer wrote in his report: "I looked back at him just in time for him to lean to the left and defecate in his pants. Then he said, 'I told you that I`m happy as shit!'"

London wasn't cooperative even after they arrived at the jail, according to the report.

His wife also called police, looking for information on what happened, and told an officer that London's "an asshole when he drinks."

London just faces the charges of assault and disorderly conduct.

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Matthew Hendley
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