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Seth Rogen Peed on Tom Cruise’s Driveway

The comedian admits to relieving himself on the Mission Impossible stars long driveway.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: January 11th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Seth Rogen Peed on Tom Cruise’s Driveway

It is not every day that you’re invited to Tom Cruise’s house for a meeting. So what better way to celebrate than to relieve yourself in the actor’s driveway? Well, that’s not exactly how it went down.

Seth Rogen was invited for a meeting at Tom Cruise’s home, but arrived a little early. While sitting in his car, he got an overwhelming urge to go to the bathroom, so he decided to go in a bottle while parked.

Rogen admitted to the incident on Twitter, posting “I once peed in a Snapple bottle in my car while parked in Tom Cruise's driveway."

While visiting Howard Stern on his radio show, Rogen explained further; “It's true...he was meeting with people like me and Judd Apatow, to kind of, I think, get a sense of the comedic landscape at the time, so me and Judd had a few meetings at his house."

Stern asked Rogen why he didn’t just knock on the door and ask to use the facilities.

"I showed up early, he had a very long driveway and I didn't want to go in… I was so uncomfortable, I had never met him before, it was so weird!"

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