Drug Testing News
Be Careful!! They Are On To The Fake Urine Kits!
Probationers are trying to beat drug and alcohol tests by
using a device that delivers a clean urinalysis test,
"The Whizzinator" looks like an athletic supporter that has a
plastic penis attached to it and has a trigger that releases
clean, stored urine.
Bexar County officials recently discovered the latest trend to
beating the system when a probationer was caught wearing the
"He noticed something a little strange while he was patting
him down," said Cynthia Bradley of the Bexar County Urinalysis
Lab. "It was a bit bulky, a little bulkier than usual."
Bexar County Chief Probation Officer Caesar Garcia said the
county averages 5,200 urinalysis tests a month that are a
condition for probation.
A positive test usually means time in jail.
Garcia said a 23-year-old man was arrested Monday after he was
found wearing the $150 device, which can be purchased on the
"We knew there was some problem," Garcia said, "and sure
enough we examined him, and looked at him, and we did find he
was wearing a Whizzinator."
Garcia said the violation will cost the man his probation and
he will spend the rest of it behind bars.
Garcia added the easiest way to pass a urinalysis test is to
not use drugs or alcohol.