Months before he apparently confessed to killing his wife and friend on The Jinx, Robert Durst was arrested for exposing himself and urinating on the candy counter of a Houston CVS. He pleaded no contest, citing a "medical mishap," in December but now a Houston TV station has released video of the incident. This is one hell of a mishap.

The video shows Durst walking through the store, then approaching the counter to pay for his items. Instead, he starts to urinate on the candy in front of the counter. You can see a young man waiting to pay step back as this happens:

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His lawyer, Chip Lewis, said, "He patronized that store quite often and was very friendly and very well liked by all the staff. He was embarrassed in that aspect. The people that were so good to him were put, themselves, in an embarrassing situation."

Durst, an heir to the Durst real estate empire, had been suspected of killing his wife Kathleen Durst when she disappeared from their Westchester County country home in 1982. He was later acquitted of shooting and dismembering a Texas neighbor, Morris Black, in 2001. He had also been the prime suspect in the LAPD's investigation of writer Susan Berman's death, who was shot in the head in her Lauren Canyon, California home—there was never enough evidence to link him to the killing. However, after The Jinx started airing, Los Angeles authorities decided to reopen the investigation into Berman's death.

In 2001, while posing as a deaf mute, the 71-year-old also killed a neighbor in Texas and dismembered his body. Durst argued self-defense and a jury acquitted him.

For some reason, Durst reached out to filmmaker Andrew Jarecki, who made a fictional film based on Kathleen Durst's disappearance, and agreed to discuss his life in a documentary. On the final episode of The Jinx, which aired March 15th, Durst goes into a bathroom with his wireless microphone still on. He mutters, "There it is. You’re caught. What a disaster," and "What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course." On the day it aired, he was arrested for Berman's murder.

Durst is still being held in New Orleans, where he was arrested, because he faces federal weapons charges.