Rev. Danny Chalmers Identified as ‘Well-Known’ Pastor Who Peed on Woman During Flight

The wife of a North Carolina pastor accused of disorderly conduct during a flight from Las Vegas to Detroit says he had a bad reaction to sleeping medication.

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After nearly two weeks of speculation that had pastors across North Carolina issuing denials, an online North Carolina news outlet identified the Rev. Danny Chalmers as the “well-known pastor” charged with disorderly conduct for allegedly urinating on a fellow passenger on a flight to Detroit.

The NC Beat published a police report Monday (Oct. 26) naming Chalmers, a charismatic Christian minister from Catch the Fire church in Durham, North Carolina. The news outlet obtained the report through a Freedom of Information Act request to the Wayne Metro Airport Police Department in Michigan.

Chalmers’ wife, Shara, told Religion News Service that her husband had a bad reaction to a sleeping medication and was sleepwalking at the time.

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