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PHOENIX -- Authorities say a Chandler man is accused of assault for spraying two people in the face with a homemade liquid he called "holy water."

Chandler police say 36-year-old Francisco Javier Villa allegedly sprayed two men with a thick, dark-yellow liquid in an apartment-complex parking lot last Thursday.

According to a court document, Villa told police the liquid was "holy water" and that it contained vegetable oil, bleach and hot sauce. CBS 5 News in Phoenix reports Villa claimed he got the liquid from the Mormon Temple in Mesa.

No serious injuries were reported.

However, both men say they want Villa to be prosecuted.

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