CaliforniaMama Thursday Nov 8 02:18 PM
November 8, 2012 - Water Boy NSFW
Is it appropriate for little boys to urinate outdoors?
An Oklahoma toddler was prancing around his grandmother’s front lawn when he suddenly had to go pee. And so the newly potty-trained 3-year-old dropped his drawers and took a leak. <snip> [An] officer spotted the boy and slapped his mother with a $2,500 public urination ticket.
[In another incident, a] toddler took matters into his own hands, pulling down his pants and peeing on a traffic light pole. Just as [his mom] was telling her son to move to a patch of grass, an officer stopped and slapped the mom with a $50 public urination ticket.
“He said, ‘I’m doing this for your own protection because God forbid there might have been a pervert out there looking at my son,’” [the mother reported.]
Full story here.
Photo credit: Thomas La Mela / Shutterstock.com
glatt Thursday Nov 8 02:53 PM
There's outdoors and then there's outdoors.
Peeing in the bushes in your own yard, or peeing in the woods are both a different animal than peeing in the public square. I don't want anyone to be peeing in the public square. A $2500 ticket is pretty silly though. I have a hard time believing that would hold up in court.
Sheldonrs Friday Nov 9 05:53 AM
Isn't the fountain in the pic the one of the boy that supposedly got lost (I think somewhere in Germany or Italy) who's father had a sculpter commemorate the boy's return by having a statue made of the boy as he looked when he was found?
ogwen69 Friday Nov 9 06:46 AM
NSFW My arse - it's a piece of history
footfootfoot Friday Nov 9 08:27 AM
Who wouldn't want to join an organization called "Friends of Manneken Pis?"
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