He is accused of urinating in co-worker's bottle after rejection Urine trouble. A man who was upset that his co-worker rejected his romantic advances allegedly urinated in the women's water bottle as revenge. Conrrado Cruz Perez, 47, is facing two counts of adulterating a substance with bodily fluids, according to a criminal complaint obtained by the Pioneer Press. Deputies responded to a Perkins restaurant in Vadnais Heights, Minn., last October after an employee claimed she was being harassed by a co-worker who was a baker at the eatery, the outlet reports. She allegedly told cops she noticed that her water bottle tasted like urine several times over the past few months. She noted that the incidents only started after the woman told her co-worker, Perez, that she wanted to remain friends after he expressed an interest in dating her. When police confronted Perez he at first denied doing anything to the woman's water bottle. The victim told police she noticed the taste of urine in the bottle an estimated 15 times over the prior few months, according to the outlet. Perez made his first appearance in court last week. His attorney, Adriel Benjamin Villarreal, refused to comment on the allegations made against Perez. "We haven't made any decision at this point," he told the Pioneer Press. A manager at the Perkins says Perez had been working as a baker in the restaurant but was fired immediately after the allegations were made.