Germany Combats Public Peeing
on 10 March 2015
The smell of stale urine is an unfortunate issue that many city dwellers must endure on a daily basis. After becoming fed up with the omnipresent stench, citizens of the St. Pauli neighborhood in Hamburg, Germany decided to take action against the foul act of public peeing. Equipped with hydrophobic paint which repels water chemically, participants coated prime pee spots so that offenders get the ultimate "peeback" as they relieve themselves. Check out the video that demonstrates how effectively it works.