San Francisco has long had a problem with public urination. Now city officials think they have found a deterrent: pee-resistant paint that splashes the fluid back onto the shoes and pants of the offender. It’s been used successfully in Europe so officials of this popular American city by the bay opted to paint nine city walls in a pilot program.
Would-be offenders are warned. A city sign reads: “Hold it. This wall is not a public restroom…” More walls are to be painted. Perhaps this pee-prevention tactic might work in St. Louis. However, if you have a urination problem, we suggest you call us or your physician for an appointment to check things out.