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A woman allegedly caught on Walmart surveillance video peeing on a bin of potatoes in the Pa. She turned herself in after learning she was was wanted by West Mifflin, Pa. The Walmart store there contacted police after an unknown woman was seen by a store employee and caught on tape relieving herself atop a bin of potatoes in the produce section.
Gentlemen, you probably don't need to read this—for you, urinating in the woods is as simple as unzipping and then re-zipping your fly. However, knowing where to do is important. We ladies, on the other hand, sometimes dehydrate ourselves on purpose just to avoid the indignity of bearing our bottoms to the world when we have to go.
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Betty McGuire is no stranger to dog urine. If you live with a dog, neither are you. Why did you pee there?!?
Is your dog making the inside of your house a maze of wet spots and pungent smells? Sometimes even a longtime house-trained dog can regress and begin routinely relieving themselves inside your home, wrecking your carpets and your peace of mind. Experts have identified several triggers for this behavior and also have recommendations for correcting dogs peeing in the house.
New York City officials are considering downgrading public urination to a mere violation instead of a misdemeanor offense, in an effort to roll back excessive broken-windows policing. Reducing criminal penalties, however, fails to address the root of the peeing in public problem. Citing people for public urination criminalizes someone for doing something that society, the state and the market effectively encourages by making public restrooms scarce.
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The Oregon Court of Appeals on Wednesday threw out the misdemeanor conviction of a man caught peeing next to a building in downtown Portland, saying he was prosecuted under a frequently used state law that shouldn't apply to public urination. The ruling could have a sweeping effect by preventing district attorney's offices across the state from using Oregon's "offensive littering" law to charge people who urinate in public spaces. It appears people now can legally relieve themselves where they want -- unless they step foot into the city limits of municipalities that outlaw public urination with their own local ordinances. Portland has several laws that could apply but they weren't used in the case reviewed by the Appeals Court.