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Urine-deflecting paint to be tested by Philly transit system

The paint is clearly designed to thwart public urination.

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.

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