This Guy Is Probably the Only Cross-Dressing Assumed Murderer Once Played by Ryan Gosling to Ever Get Arrested for Peeing on Candy at CVS

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GALVESTON, TX - NOVEMBER 10: Millionaire murder defendant Robert Durst  sits in State District Judge Susan Criss court November 10, 2003 at the Galveston County Courthouse in Galveston, Texas. Durst is being charged for the murder and mutilation of his neighbor Morris Black.  (Photo by James Nielsen/ Getty Images)
It's just one of those days for Durst. Photo: James Nielsen/Getty Images

When we last checked in on Robert Durst, the millionaire NYC real-estate heir whose colorful past, immortalized in the Ryan Gosling film All Good Things, includes a trail of dead bodies and some women's clothing disguises, he'd moved back to the city to live next to a funeral home. These days, apparently, he's back in Texas (where he killed his 71-year-old neighbor and got off on self-defense) but just can't seem to stay out of trouble.

ABC 13 reports from Houston:

Sources tell Eyewitness News Durst was in the process of paying for a prescription on Sunday afternoon, when for reasons still unclear, he unzipped his pants and urinated on a cash register and a candy display at a drug store in the 6000 block of Kirby. He's been charged with a Class B misdemeanor.

We're told he was charged with "criminal mischief" late Monday afternoon by the Harris County District Attorney's Office.

The candy shelf, seriously? The man is a monster.