Anyone who dares to urinate in Philadelphia’s transit system in the near future had best be prepared to get splashed back.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority plans to test a clear-coating paint this fall that deflects urine, or any liquid, back onto the source.
The product, Ultra-Ever, is being used in San Francisco and Hamburg, Germany.
In Philadelphia, public urination is punishable with a $300 fine.
Testing out a new pee repellent that "pees back" to prevent public urination. pic.twitter.com/6eDJ4w9MWH— SF Public Works (@sfpublicworks) July 23, 2015
— The Doctors (@TheDoctors) August 11, 2015
- PHOTOS: What's Brewing in Steamy Hallows, the Harry Potter-Inspired Cafe19 Pictures
- PHOTOS: Frida Kahlo at the Brooklyn Museum doesn't hold back23 Pictures