Peeing on the street won't just get you arrested or a summons - it may lead to your deportation. That is, you'll be deported if you weren't supposed to be in the country in the first place. When police found David Rivera Cruzado urinating on a Queens street, they happened to run his fingerprints in the system and found that he had been deported in 1999. The Daily News reports that Cruzado pleaded guilty to illegally coming to the U.S. through the Mexican border - and that he may have to serve four years in prison before being deported again. Cruzado says he came to the states to support his mentally disabled daughter in Peru. His lawyer also added, "He had been out drinking and needed to find a bathroom; that's how this whole nightmare started for him. Society would be best served by sending him back to his home country as fast as possible."

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