Anna Randal for Art-Sheep

 

Have you ever been in a situation where you desperately needed to pee your dues? Well, watch out for the residents of St. Pauli, a quarter in the city of Hamburg, who are tired of drunk revelers using their streets as a big public urinal, suitable for deposition.

A St. Pauli community organization started the initiative of painting the walls of its streets with superhydrophobic paint that splashes back the naughty passerby that urinates on the walls.

Now, don’t get fooled expecting to see the sign that labels these areas, as the organization has indeed labeled some of the walls, but left others unmarked for the violators to discover!

“Watch out! From now on, it’s Peeback time,” group member Julia Staron says in the video featured above.

via boredpanda

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