Arrest Warrant Issued for California Professor Who Allegedly Urinated on Colleague's Door

Just call him the peed off professor.

Tihomir Petrov, a California State University, Northridge, math professor, is wanted by authorities after he failed to appear for a hearing over charges he urinated on a colleague's door.

The Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday that a bench warrant has been issued for Petrov's arrest after he was a no-show at a pretrial conference hearing last week in Superior Court in San Fernando. The warrant was issued for the sum of $35,000.

Authorities say Petrov was captured on videotape in early December after school officials concealed a camera nearby after discovering puddles of what they believed to be urine at a professor's door.

Authorities reportedly said the incidents stemmed from a dispute that Petrov allegedly had with another professor in the school's math department.

Petrov faces charges of two misdemeanor counts of urinating in public.

The Associated Press contributed to this report