TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa Police said a Glenpool man had an unusual item on him when he was taken into custody Monday. Brian Thomas Anderson was arrested at the QuikTrip at 220 North Gilcrease Road and admitted to carrying "clean" urine in his boot, according to TPD.

The arresting officer said he saw Anderson at the convenience store and knew the 41-year-old man had warrants out for his arrest.

An arrest report states Anderson had a small bag of methamphetamine in his pocket and a spoon with residue, multiple used syringes and digital scales with drug residue in his car. When the officer asked Anderson if he had anything else on him, police say the suspect answered, "I have some clean pee in my boot."

Police posted a photo of the clean urine Anderson was carrying. 

He was booked on complaints of drug and paraphernalia possession. Court records show there was a warrant out for his arrest for violating sentencing terms on a possession of stolen vehicle conviction in Tulsa County. Police say Anderson is wanted in Rogers County for second-degree burglary.