(KRON-TV) Angry walls around San Francisco are retaliating against public urinators who have been using the city’s streets as urinals. These walls are peeing back.
City workers have covered nine public walls with a repellent paint that makes pee spray back, splashing the violator’s shoes and pants.
It's the city's latest attempt to clean up urine-soaked alleyways and walls, and help cutback on spending. The city spends an estimated $14 million dollars per year steam cleaning the smelly waste off public walls and streets.
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