They're pissed off about being pissed on. Neighbours in the port city of St. Pauli in Hamburg, Germany, are taking the matter of public urinators into their hands with help from science.
Aside from the usual warnings, an anti-public urination group have taken to splashing walls frequented by offenders with a superhydrophic coating, a special chemical that returns the stream of urine back to those who are too lazy (or drunk) to find a restroom.
But you don't really have to go that far to ward off these offenders. India, for instance, has taken to installing electronic public toilets?in major states across the country.?Still, the idea of shocking public urinators with their own pee has its merit, don't you think?