Well I have been serving my sentence on the pre pre load since I hurt my foot. One of my jobs is to remove all of the trash from the package cars and to keep them swept out. It doesn't bother me to go in and pick up all of the empty half empty bottles of water and pop bottles. Get all of the trash out from behind the dash but I draw the line at bottles of urine stuck in the supply rack. Yesterday I found a full bottle of urine in a pepsi bottle (no I did not open it to see if that is what it truely was, just something you knew). Since no supervisiors were in the building at that time I took it in and sat it on paper where I also place packages that are found in the car that should have been taken out the night before. Well needless to say the driver who is covering my route was the guilty party and was hacked off that I ratted him out. I just felt like someone needed to be aware what was going on. It was their choice (management to not throw it away before the drivers got there 7 hours later. So today when I go in the same car he has stuffed the rack with about 8 empty bottles with a note saying do not touch my bottles. Such a cry baby some of the bottles he picked up off the side of the road. I did not throw them out this morning but tomorrow will resume my trash pickup and leave him one bottle. If he chooses to pee in it he better throw it out when he gets back. I run a rural route which has trees and bushes that if you really need to you can hide and relieve yourself. I am female and have hit the bushes more than once since there are no bathrooms out there or they are way too dirty to use. So was I wrong to rat him out... I don't think so..