Onterrio Smith Said 'Whizzinator' Was For Cousin
MINNEAPOLIS -- Former University of Oregon running back Onterrio Smith, now a Minnesota Viking, was briefly detained by airport police last month after they found a kit used to beat drug tests.
Smith told officers that it was dried urine used in conjunction with a device called "The Original Whizzinator," which he said was "for making a clean urine test." Smith told police he was taking the kit to his cousin. The Whizzinator is advertised as an "undetectable, foolproof and reusable" way to pass urine tests. The prosthetic is attached to elastic straps and is worn under pants.
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said he didn't know if there is a penalty for
possessing a device designed to beat a drug test.
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