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Having a wee in late night Civic gets some help

By johnboy 14 March 2013 28

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Sometimes we get a media release that leaves us speechless.

Canberra CBD are making known their arrangements to reduce the Civic’s yellow rivers of a late night.

A urinal trial in late-night city hot spots will begin tonight (Thursday 14 March) to gain data on the issue of public and illegal urination.

An initiative of Canberra CBD Limited (CCBD), the trial will run from Thursday night to Monday morning over the next three weeks, with the urinals put in place after 7pm and removed by 7am.

CCBD’s new Chief Executive Officer, Jane Easthope, said the trial would provide a useful insight.

“Canberra CBD is focussed on providing a clean and safe city for the broader Canberra community,” Easthope said. “This urinal trial is not a permanent solution, rather a trial to provide data for decision making purposes.

“There is a large level of poor behaviour that occurs during the early hours of the mornings, leaving business owners and city occupants dismayed.

“We hope that an initiative such as this urinal trial will go some way into creating a positive change and we encourage men to make use of the facilities.”

urinal trial poster

[Photo via Kros International]


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Henry82 8:44 pm 14 Mar 13

I bet they’re thinking of implementing these:

http://www.funnyphotos.net.au/images/popup-toilets-temporary1.jpg

Doc Dogg 7:33 pm 14 Mar 13

I think I’d rather use a secluded bush. Taking a leak where people can see me would seriously hamper my ability to go…and what about if I wanted to drop a sly fart?

bundah 5:47 pm 14 Mar 13

poetix said :

thebrownstreak69 said :

poetix said :

DrKoresh said :

johnboy said :

Well this will reduce the pressure on the unisex public facilities.

And I’m pretty sure most of the public urinations (of course not all) are by men.

I once had a female friend who would pee anywhere, like on the backseat of a bus for example. We are friends no longer.

Ah! Golden memories.

Golden showers?

It is very important that every joke be properly explained, lest it be subtle. Or funny.

That would be showering with the sun streaming through the window surely?

poetix 5:40 pm 14 Mar 13

thebrownstreak69 said :

poetix said :

DrKoresh said :

johnboy said :

Well this will reduce the pressure on the unisex public facilities.

And I’m pretty sure most of the public urinations (of course not all) are by men.

I once had a female friend who would pee anywhere, like on the backseat of a bus for example. We are friends no longer.

Ah! Golden memories.

Golden showers?

It is very important that every joke be properly explained, lest it be subtle. Or funny.

thebrownstreak69 1:51 pm 14 Mar 13

poetix said :

DrKoresh said :

johnboy said :

Well this will reduce the pressure on the unisex public facilities.

And I’m pretty sure most of the public urinations (of course not all) are by men.

I once had a female friend who would pee anywhere, like on the backseat of a bus for example. We are friends no longer.

Ah! Golden memories.

Golden showers?

Grail 1:02 pm 14 Mar 13

Back when I was your age …

When I went out clubbing with friends, it was usually the girls urinating in the streets, simply because the lines for the loos were so long.

Hopefully with the pressure taken off the public loos, we will see more women being able to make it to the loo to pee instead of dropping pants in the alleyways inside the Melbourne/Sydney buildings.

FioBla 12:03 pm 14 Mar 13

DrKoresh said :

I once had a female friend who would pee anywhere, like on the backseat of a bus for example. We are friends no longer.

Pity. She had skill, but you were no longer.

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