Please refresh the page and retry. It was past closing time, and it was a couple of kilometers to the nearest public bathroom, so she decided to do the deed in the street as her friends kept watch. This is ridiculous!
The Netherlandsotherwise a bastion of freedom and feminism, finds itself in the middle of an unlikely battle over pee and toilets. But after a woman was fined for peeing in public during a night out in Amsterdam, protesters streamed into the streets. Geerte Piening, 23, had peed in the dark discreetly in a city where so many men urinate publicly each year that at least 15 of them drown by falling into canals while relieving themselves.
They had to 'shield each other with jumpers' in what was described as a 'degrading' experience. Women have described the 'degrading' experience of going to the toilet at the Stereophonics gig, as some were forced to urinate against fences and 'shield each other with their jumpers' as they claimed there were not enough toilet facilities to cater for the masses. Thousands of people packed into Swansea's Singleton Park to watch Kelly Jones' band put on a spectacular performance on stage.
An ad that came out on Monday has gone viral this week in India. The topic? Open urination and defecation.
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The story of how it got there is one of sorrow, toil and public urination. Usually, at this point in the evening, I need a wee. On this particular occasion, I really need a wee.
The Walmart surveillance video is shocking: A woman is seen relieving herself atop a bin of potatoes in the produce section at a Pa. Woman wanted for peeing on potatoes in Walmart produce section turns herself in: report. It has now gone from ice cream lickers to disgusting potty pranks in the produce section.
Fed up with the shortage of public toilets for women? Dutch women took the matter to the streets Saturday in a protest aimed at showing the impossibility of using urinals that are exclusively designed for men. By mid-afternoon, more than largely discreet images had been posted on Instagram under the hashtag zeikwijf -- a Dutch word meaning "a woman who urinates" -- many showing protesters attempting ambitious gymnastic poses to get the angle right. While admitting the protest would be somewhat "tongue in cheek", organisers have a serious message, saying they want to prove "that it isn't possible for women to urinate in a decent, hygienic and dignified manner in a public urinal designed for me.
A fairly uncommon road sign point men towards a nearby urinal in an area of Amsterdam, Netherlands on Jan. Dutch women are crying over sexism after a woman was fined for peeing in an Amsterdam alleyway and told she should have used a public urinal instead. The year-old Dutch woman told reporters that all of the nearby bars and restaurants were closed and the closest public washroom was a few kilometres away.
A court case in which a year-old woman was fined for urinating in public in Amsterdam has sparked a national row, with allegations of sexism against judges and the town hall — and claims that the city has fewer public toilets for women than any other European capital. With no toilet in sight, she headed for a dark alleyway while her friends kept watch. That was the good news.