Florida gas station owner makes sign asking people to not warm urine in microwave

Posted at 9:36 PM, Oct 05, 2018

JACKSONVILLE, Florida — A Florida gas station owner is “sick and tired” of people using the microwave to warm containers of urine. 

Parul Patel has placed a sign in his store asking customers to stop committing this act. He owns a BP gas station and On the Fly convenience store in Jacksonville, which are within walking distance of two labs. One lab said it does not collect drug test samples. 

He said that people walk in off the street, microwave their containers and then leave. 

Warming urine from a person who has not taken drugs is seen by some as a way to pass a drug test. 

A few months ago a woman became aggressive with Patel when he asked her to not warm urine. He said she asked to see a sign that forbids this, so he made one.