A suspected drug dealer who refused to go to the toilet for 47 days has been released from police custody.

Lamarr Chambers, 24, was lifted by Essex police over a month and a half ago following a car chase.
They believe he swallowed Class A drugs before his arrest and held him behind bars to ‘let nature take its course’.
But Chambers, of Brixton, London, refused to have a bowel movement.
His record-breaking standoff ended on Monday when he was taken to hospital – in the back of a police car.
Cops were desperate to catch him and went to court seven times to have him remanded. But he refused to give in.
Initial charges of possession have been dropped against him, but he was later rearrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of drugs before being released on bail.
Chambers smashed the previous record for spending the most days in police custody without pooing – which was 23 days.
Cops had kept the nation updated on Chambers’ case by posting regular updates on Twitter with the hashtag PooWatch.
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