The Czech Republic Has A Brilliant Strategy To Prevent Public Urination (Photo)
The world has made some impressive progress over the past few centuries when it comes to bathroom-related technologies, but there are still some people who simply refuse to stop using the world as their toilet.
It might be convenient to drop your pants and relieve yourself on any wall that strikes your fancy, but such a strategy is normally frowned upon.
There are a number of ways you can fight back — giant anti-pee water trucks are a fantastic option — but one town in the Czech Republic has devised a strategy fit for the 21st century.
It’s as straightforward as it is effective: If you pee in public, it will probably be captured on CCTV, and the footage will end up on YouTube.
I don’t want to live in a world with cameras on every corner, but if that turns out to be the case, at least they’ll provide a little bit of entertainment.
After all, everybody knows the best way to fight public urination is with public humiliation.
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